Webb avoids suspension

But Moore handed one-game ban

Last Updated: 27/04/11 5:58pm

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Webb and Moore: both found guilty of punching at RFL hearing

Webb and Moore: both found guilty of punching at RFL hearing

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Leeds Rhinos full-back Brent Webb has been cleared for Friday's engage Super League fixture with Castleford Tigers after escaping suspension.

Webb and Crusaders prop Richard Moore appeared before the Rugby Football League's disciplinary committee on Wednesday after being charged with punching during the Easter Monday clash at Headingley and both were found guilty.

Moore was handed a one-match ban and £300 fine after being deemed to be the aggressor, while Webb was given a caution and a £300 fine after his previous record was taken into account.

Moore will miss his side's home game against Wigan at the Racecourse Ground on Sunday.

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