Three-match ban for Ferriol

French prop suspended after sending-off at Bradford

Last Updated: 05/07/11 8:58pm

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Ferriol: three-match suspension for high tackle

Ferriol: three-match suspension for high tackle

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Catalan Dragons prop David Ferriol has been hit with a three-match suspension for his sending-off against the Bradford Bulls.

The France international was also fined £300 as a result of his dismissal in his side's 34-28 win at Odsal on Saturday.

Ferriol was found guilty by the Rugby Football League's disciplinary committee of a high tackle on Bulls second-rower James Donaldson and will start his suspension with Sunday's home game against Leeds.

Burrow and Coley also banned

Rhinos scrum-half Rob Burrow will also miss that match after being given a one-game ban for a dangerous tackle on Wigan forward Ryan Hoffman during the their narrow 26-24 defeat at the DW Stadium.

Warriors prop Andy Coley has been ruled out of the champions' rearranged home

match against Castleford ton Wednesday.

He was handed a one-match ban and £300 fine after being found guilty of running in and punching during the triumph over Leeds.

Crusaders second-rower Hep Cahill will sit out Saturday's game against Hull KR after being given a one-match ban for a late tackle on Huddersfield stand-off Kevin Brown during his side's 40-12 defeat at The Shay.

Castleford's Jake Emmitt and Warrington's Michael Cooper both avoided suspension but were fined 500 for fighting during during the Wolves' 48-18 victory at the PROBIZ Coliseum last Friday.

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