Hull FC’s Tevita Satae has been banned for three matches after being issued with a sanction for Grade C dangerous contact.

The charge relates to an incident involving Hull KR’s George Lawler in the 66th minute of the Black and Whites’ derby win.

Satae appeared to collide with Lawler after he’d released the ball.

The details of the charge state that Sataue “makes contact with an opponent after the ball has been released” and while the opponent is in “a vulnerable position”.

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Elsewhere, Salford’s Kevin Brown escaped a ban after being placed on report for a trip. The panel ruled that Brown made a genuine attempt to make a tackle.

Brown was cited for two further instances of dangerous contact, but faced no further action.

Saints’ Matty Lees received a caution following a coming together with Warrington’s Mike Cooper that saw Lees rip Cooper’s strapping off his head.

Wigan’s Ethan Havard was also cautioned for dangerous contact.