No Moore for Saints
Hooker out of Bulls fixture after being handed one-game ban
Last Updated: 22/03/11 9:03pm
Moore: one-match ban
St Helens hooker Scott Moore will miss Friday's home game against Bradford through suspension.
The England international was handed a one-match ban and a £300 fine by the Rugby Football League's disciplinary committee after being found guilty of a dangerous tackle on Leeds captain Kevin Sinfield during his side's 30-16 win at Headingley on March 19.
Moore was alleged to have used a technique that places undue pressure on the knee and ankle joint of his opponent, causing unacceptable risk of injury.
St Helens, in coach Royce Simmons' first season, currently sit sixth in engage Super League with three wins and a draw from their first six games and have appealed against Moore's ban.