Four Hunslet players have been handed penalty notices after their part in the ugly scenes at Keighley Cougars last week.
Dale Bloomfield has been referred to the tribunal for striking. He has been given a Grade D charge, so he could be facing a maximum ban of four games if he is found guilty.
Josh Tonks has also been handed a heavy penalty after being given a three game penalty notice for punching. He will miss their last three games of the season against London Skolars, Workington Town and Oldham.
Forward Jordan Andrade has also been given a two game penalty notice for striking with the forearm. He will miss their games against the Skolars and Workington.
A fourth ban comes in the shape of Duane Straughier, who has been handed a one match penalty notice for punching. He will miss their game in the capital.
Also from that game, Dan Parker of the Cougars has been given a two match penalty notice for punching. He will miss their games against Whitehaven and Doncaster.
Elsewhere in League One, the Skolars centre Lameck Juma has also been referred to the tribunal after being charged with dangerous contact. Like Bloomfield, he has been given a Grade D charge, so faces a maximum four game ban if he is found guilty.
While in the Championship, Batley Bulldogs forward Dane Manning has been given a three match penalty notice for a dangerous throw. He will miss their final matches against Toulouse, Featherstone Rovers and Barrow Raiders.
That is not the only trouble the Bulldogs find themselves in as James Brown has been given a one match penalty notice for raising his knee. He will miss their match in France.