St Helens prop Matty Lees has been banned for two games after pleading guilty to a Grade D charge of tackling the ball without the ball during Saturday’s win over Salford.
The 25-year-old was ruled out for a fine, while Shane Wright’s challenge was deemed “negligent” and an ankle injury.
Lees pleaded guilty to the charge in an independent court on Tuesday.
He has already received disciplinary notices for some cases in 2023.
Grade D misdemeanors are usually two or three game bans.
Red Devils full-back Wright will see a specialist following the ankle injury that kept him out in Saturday’s defeat.
There is an example of events that involve injuries to be sent to the court, and England’s Saints defender Morgan Knowles one go after a challenge on Wigan prop Mike Cooper.
Lees’ team-mate Curtis Sironen has been handed a one-match ban for a Group B dangerous tackle for a late tackle on Brodie Croft in the Saints’ 26-12 win.
Meanwhile, Leeds striker Zane Tetevano has been handed a two-match ban for his part in the dangerous incident in the Rhinos’ win over Wigan.
One-match bans for Group B offenses were also handed out to Castleford prop Liam Watts and winger Bureta Faraimo, Hull KR prop Jesse Sue, Huddersfield hooker Nathan Peats, Hull FC prop Scott Taylor and Wakefield forward Kelepi Tanginoa.