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Halifax played most of the 2nd half with 11 men after 2 players sent off and beat Barrow 43-18.


Three players have been banned following the controversial Championship clash between Barrow Raiders and Halifax Panthers. An incident during the second-half saw Halifax Panthers players Greg Worthington and Titus Gwaze both sent off and Raiders centre Hakim Miloudi sin-binned.

All three have been charged though it is Gwaze who has received the most severe punishment, despite not being involved in the initial incident. The forward has been handed a Grade F charge for Other Contrary Behaviour, which carries a normal sentence of eight matches at a minimum. Gwaze was dismissed for picking up Miloudi after he went down injured.


Meanwhile, Worthington, who was sent off for punching Miloudi after an infringement in the tackle, has received a Grade D charge which carries a charge of three to five games. Miloudi himself has also been banned after being cited for headbutting. It has been charged a Grade B level, which will result in a one-match ban.

Despite spending most of the second-half with eleven men, Halifax out-scored Barrow in that period to win the game 43-18 and solidify their place in the play-offs. Fax are currently fifth, three points clear of Paul Crarey's Raiders. Gwaze and Worthington's cases will be heard by a tribunal.
 
Team P W L PD Pts
13 10 3 97 24
14 10 4 118 22
14 10 4 78 22
13 8 5 66 20
14 8 6 143 18
13 7 6 81 18
13 7 6 -55 18
14 7 6 42 17
14 7 7 37 16
15 8 7 -8 16
14 7 7 -50 16
14 6 7 13 15
14 6 8 -55 14
13 4 9 -126 12
14 4 10 -121 10
13 3 10 -129 10
13 3 10 -131 10
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