Hunslet winger Aaron Jones-Bishop has been given an eight-match suspension after being found guilty of biting during their 34-34 draw against Rochdale Hornets.
Jones-Bishop was referred to the tribunal following the Disciplinary Meeting, where he was also charged with throwing punches during the same match.
The tribunal found him not guilty of throwing punches, but did find him guilty of biting.
The Jamaica international has already informed the tribunal of his intention to appeal, which will be heard later on Thursday.
As it stands, he is set to miss the rest of the season, and the start of the 2022 season.