The Rugby Football League has rejected the appeal against a four match ban by Catalans Dragons prop Julian Bousquet.
Bousquet sought a reduction in the punishment for a
Grade D shoulder charge offence involving Salford half-back Theo Fages earlier this month.
Catalans full-back Brent Webb and Warrington second-row Ben Westwood were found guilty of a Grade B one-on-one fighting offence in
last Friday's game.
Both received one game suspsensions and were fined £300.
The third Dragons player to be brought to the panel, Leon Pryce, submitted an Early Guilty Plea in relation to a Grade A striking with the leg offence and henceforth avoided suspension.
However the 31-year-old is unable to submit a further plea for the next 12 months.
Meanwhile Bradford Bulls prop Nick Scruton has avoided a ban after appearing before the disciplinary panel for a Grade B striking with the shoulder offence, but was fined £300.