Hull FC forward Jack Brown, Salford Red Devils hooker Andy Ackers, Castleford Tigers forward Jesse Sene-Lefao and Hull KR halfback Mikey Lewis have all been given one match bans from the Disciplinary Panel.
Brown has been given a Grade B charge of other contrary behaviour. This is in relation to a late hit during Golden Point in their draw with Warrington Wolves on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Ackers has been charged with an intentional trip, also at Grade B. The incident happened in the 42nd minute of the Red Devils’ 42-6 defeat at Catalans Dragons on Saturday.
Tigers forward Jesse Sene-Lefao has been charged with Dangerous Contact. This relates to a late tackle committed in the 54th minute of their 52-16 win over Leigh Centurions on Friday night.
Finally, Mikey Lewis of Hull KR is also banned after being charged with striking. Specifically, a high tackle committed by Lewis in the 65th minute of their dramatic 25-24 win over Huddersfield Giants on Friday.
The final player charged is Leigh Centurions forward Nathaniel Peteru. The former Leeds and Hull KR forward was charged with a late hit in their defeat at Castleford Tigers. However, he will not face a ban.
Wigan Warriors halfback Jackson Hastings has also been cautioned for Dangerous Contact.