Dewsbury Rams duo Paul Sykes and Gareth Potts will miss tomorrow’s derby with Batley after picking up bans at Tuesday’s RFL disciplinary hearing.
Sykes had pleaded not guilty to a Grade A charge of disputing the decision of a match official, during the Rams 38-6 defeat against Featherstone on April 2.
The Rams captain was found guilty and the panel upgraded to the offence to a Grade B one, with a two-match ban and £100 fine, ruling him out of both fixtures over Easter.
Winger Potts received a one-match ban after an early guilty plea to committing a Grade B shoulder charge against Featherstone.
Rovers winger Luke Briscoe was found guilty of a Grade E dangerous throw, following his 72nd minute sending off against the Rams and was banned for five games and fined £100.
Featherstone’s Richard Moore pleaded guilty to Grade C charge of using foul and abusive language to a match official and the panel downgraded to the offence to Grade B with a one-match ban and a £100 fine.