Chase and Diskin to face Disciplinary Committee
Castleford Tigers player Rangi Chase and Bradford Bulls’ hooker Matt Diskin will appear before the RFL Disciplinary Committee on Tuesday after being charged with offences during last weekend’s Engage Super League Round 21 fixtures.
Half-back Chase has been charged with a Grade B punching offence which occurred in the eighth minute of Castleford’s 34-30 victory over Bradford Bulls on Sunday.
Bradford hooker Matt Diskin has been charged with a Grade B offence for using his knees on Castleford’s Richard Owen in the 29th minute of the same contest.
The Match Review Panel also issued formal cautions to the following players:
• Mark O’Meley (Hull FC) – Dangerous contact on Salford City Reds player Luke Patten in the third minute.
• Patrick Ah Van (Bradford Bulls) – Dangerous Contact on Castleford Tigers’ Paul Jackson in the 55th minute.
• Francis Meli (St Helens) – Dangerous contact on Wakefield Trinity Wildcats’ Luke George in the 38th minute.
• Julien Rinaldi (Wakefield) – Dangerous contact on St Helens player Jon Wilkin in the 56th minute.
The cautions will remain on the players’ record and could be considered in the event of future disciplinary breaches.