Leeds Rhinos, Hull FC and Castleford Tigers all see players banned for two matches

A TRIO of Super League players have been handed two-game supensions, including Leeds Rhinos’ Richie Myler for ‘questioning the integrity’ of a match official.

Leeds Rhinos' Richie Myler, left, tackles Hull KR's Adam Quinlan (ALLAN MCKENZIE/SWPIX)

The England international was sin-binned in Leeds’ 26-6 loss at Hull KR on Friday and has not been given a Grade C charge by the match review panel.

Hull FC winger Bureta Faraimo has been charged with a Grade C high tackle on Max Jowitt that saw him yellow carded and the Wakefield Trinity full-back unable to return after his HIA.

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Faraimo misses Thursday’s Super League game at Wigan Warriors as well as the Challenge Cup quarter-final with the same opponents.

Meanwhile, Castleford Tigers’ Tyla Hepi has been charged with a Grade C dangerous contact in their loss at Wigan so he sits out Friday’s trip to Salford Red Devils and their Cup contest with the same opponents the following week.