Super League players Ryan Bailey, Justin Carney and Travis Burns have all been suspended after they appeared before the RFL Disciplinary Panel earlier this evening in relation to offences committed during fixtures over the Easter weekend.
Leeds Rhinos prop Bailey has been suspended for four games after being found guilty of two separate charges committed during the Super League Round 10 game against Catalan Dragons on Monday April 1.
The Disciplinary Panel suspended Bailey for two games in relation to a Grade B, dangerous tackle offence committed in the 48th minute of the game while Bailey also received a two-match ban after submitting an Early Guilty Plea in relation to a Grade C dangerous tackle offence from the 15th minute of the game.
Castleford Tigers winger Justin Carney has also been suspended for two games after he was found guilty of committing a Grade C, dangerous throw offence during his side’s game against St Helens on Monday April 1.
Hull KR player Travis Burns has been suspended for two games after he was found guilty of committing a Grade B high-tackle offence in the 30th minute of the derby game against Hull FC on Good Friday.
All three players were also fined £300 by the panel.
Huddersfield Giants prop Eorl Crabtree has been given a one-match ban after he submitted an Early Guilty Plea in relation to a dangerous throw offence committed in the 43rd minute against Salford City Reds.