Corey Norman: Toulouse half-back faces eight-game ban following Warrington loss


Corey Norman came out of retirement to join Toulouse Olympique for their 2022 Super League campaign
Corey Norman came out of retirement to join Toulouse Olympique for their 2022 Super League campaign

Toulouse Olympique half-back Corey Norman faces a possible eight-game ban for a charge of other contrary behaviour in their loss to Warrington.

The incident, which concerns contact with the Wire’s Oliver Holmes, has now been referred to a tribunal.

Meanwhile, Wakefield’s Kelepi Tanginoa has been given a three-game suspension for a charge of dangerous contact.

Tanginoa was said to have used contact that involved “an unacceptable risk to a player” against Wigan.

Elsewhere, there were also two-game bans for dangerous contact to Catalans’ Sam Kasiano and Castleford pair Adam Milner and Suaia Matagi.

One-game bans for dangerous contact were also given to Hull KR’s Matt Parcell, Huddersfield’s Jack Ashworth, Wigan’s Mike Cooper and Hull FC’s Kane Evans.

St Helens’ Morgan Knowles was given a one-game ban for a shoulder charge against Hull, while Jake Connor also picked up a one-game ban for other contrary behaviour in their defeat.

Toulouse’s Olly Ashall-Bott received a one-game penalty notice of his own for a trip against Warrington.



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