SAINTS and England prop Matty Lees has picked up a one-match ban for the incident that saw him yellow carded in Saturday's third test against Tonga at Headingley.

Lees grabbed the hair of the Tongan tackler as he wrestled to regain his feet following a big tackle - and the incident sparked a brief flare up.

The Saints prop, who played in all three tests, was given a 10-minute spell in the sin-bin and the incident has now been reviewed and given a Grade A Other Contrary Behavious charge.

Lees will be able to serve the one-match penalty notice in any of Saints' pre-season games so will be free for the start of Super League.

Saints centre Konrad Hurrell was also sin-binned in what was his last game for Tonga after flailing his arm in the tackle.

Although replays of the incident brought boos from the England fans at Headingley it was not deemed to be a punch and therefore there is no charge for Hurrell.

Three more players have been charged, and six others have received cautions, following incidents in Saturday’s third Test.

Tolutau Koula of Tonga has been charged with a Grade A high tackle.

Latu Faiuna of Tonga has been charged with a Grade A dangerous throw.

Siliva Havili of Tonga has been charged with Grade A striking.

Each of the four offences carries a recommended one-match suspension – which can be challenged at an Operational Rules Tribunal.

Tom Burgess and Mike McMeeken of England, and Felise Kaufusi, Moeaki Fotuaika and Keaon Kolomatangi of Tonga, have received cautions for dangerous contact.

Harry Newman of England has been cautioned for other contrary behaviour.

*The RFL was asked to supervise disciplinary procedures for the series on behalf of International Rugby League.

Both England and Tonga nominated one member of the Match Review Panel.

Players have until 11am on Tuesday to submit challenges to charges.