Following Sunday’s Betfred Challenge Cup loss to Hunslet, the Rugby Football League disciplinary panel have handed suspensions to two players.

Kyle Kesik, who was dismissed in the 79th minute of the game, has been charged for the offence that saw him shown a red card.

The panel has considered the offence committed to be a Grade C Offence (Strikes – Knees – makes light contact).

As a result of this, Kyle has been given a two-match suspension.

The other player to be charged by the disciplinary panel is Dan Parker.

Dan was sin-binned in the 62nd minute of the game following an off the ball incident with a Hunslet player.

Following a review of the match footage by the panel, Dan has been charged with a Grade D Offence (Behaves in any way contrary to the true spirit of the game – Other Contrary Behaviour).

Dan has been referred to the Operational Rules Tribunal with the hearing set to take place next Tuesday evening.

A Grade D charge carries with it a suspension range of 3-5 matches.

Spencer Darley, who was dismissed in the 78th minute of the match, has had his sending-off rescinded after the panel rule that Spencer had not committed a headbutt.

By Joshua Chapman