Dragons duo handed suspensions
Sam Tomkins and Michael McIlorum have been suspended after Catalans Dragons' bad-tempered win against Warrington on Saturday.
The Dragons defeated the Wolves 30-10 in Perpignan to hand the Super League's regular-season League Leaders' Shield to St Helens in the process.
However, the victory has come at a cost to Steve McNamara's side given that they will be without 30-year-old Tomkins for three matches after he was found guilty of punching.
Meanwhile, 31-year-old McIlorum will serve a two-match suspension after being found guilty of a reckless tackle, while both players were fined £500.
It could have been worse for the Catalans as back-row Kenny Edwards was found not guilty after initially being charged with other contrary behaviour.
Brayden Wiliame and Mickael Simon were also both found not guilty and will not receive a ban for an alleged dangerous throw and a headbutt respectively.
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