Three players, including Castleford Tigers hooker Scott Moore, have been charged with offences committed during the First Utility Super League round three fixture between the Tigers and St Helens at Langtree Park last Friday.
Moore, who signed from London Broncos in the off season, has been charged with Grade B dangerous contact to the limbs of Mose Masoe in the 61st minute.
Travis Burns, of St Helens, has been charged with making a Grade B reckless high tackle on Justin Carney in the 23rd minute.
And St Helens prop Kyle Amor has been charged with Grade C dangerous contact to the head, neck or spinal column of Jordan Tansey in the 60th minute.
All three players were charged after the incidents were viewed by the RFL Match Review Panel earlier today. Burns, Amor and Moore do not have the option of submitting Early Guilty Pleas and will appear before an independent disciplinary tribunal on Tuesday evening.
There were no other charges brought by the Match Review Panel from Super League round three fixtures. The panel will reconvene on Thursday to consider incidents from the third round of the Kingstone Press Championship and iPro Sport Cup first round ties.