Bradford Bulls' Flanagan gets 10-game ban for 'attacking opponent's testicles'
George Flanagan has been fined £250 and suspended for 10 matches for a 'Grade F' offence in the clash with Featherstone Rovers.
Bradford Bulls hooker George Flanagan has been banned for 10 games after being found guilty of "attacking an opponent's testicles".
The incident occurred in the 32nd minute of the Challenge Cup clash with Featherstone Rovers on March 21.
Flanagan fined for "Grade F incident"
#SL #ChallengeCup Bradford Hooker George Flanagan has been suspended for 10 games and fined 250 pounds after being found guilty of attacking an opponent's testicles.— NRL News (@NRLNEWS) March 30, 2021
He was given an 8-week suspension for a similar offence in August 2019. https://t.co/n1YJGekHYT
Flanagan, who denied the charge, was issued with the ban and a £250 fine after the Rugby Football League's match review panel referred the matter to a tribunal.
The RFL described it as a "Grade F incident", the most serious grading.
Flanagan was given an eight-match suspension in 2019 for a similar incident involving Toronto Wolfpack's Hakim Miloudi.
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