Widnes Vikings halfback Danny Craven has been handed a two-match penalty notice for using Foul and Abusive Language towards a match official.
Craven was sent to the sin bin in the closing stages of Widnes’ defeat against Dewsbury Rams last week, after protesting the award of a penalty to the Rams.
Also missing two games is Halifax Panthers’ James Saltonstall, who was sent to the sin bin after a deliberate trip on Bradford Bulls winger David Foggin-Johnston.
Workington Town’s Perry Singleton will also miss two matches after being charged with Dangerous Contact, following a late hit during their friendly defeat against Barrow Raiders on Sunday.
Town’s Marcus O’Brien has also been given a one-match penalty notice for a similar offence.
Finally, Bradford Bulls forward Adam Rooks was charged with Dangerous Contact, in relation to a late hit on the passer during their victory over Halifax. However, he will not face a ban.