Justin Carney: Salford Red Devils back banned for two games by RFL

Justin Carney
Justin Carney joined Salford Red Devils in 2016

Salford Red Devils winger Justin Carney has been banned for two matches for Grade C contact with a match official.

Carney, 28, who denied the charge but was found guilty by the Rugby Football League, was also fined £300.

He will miss Salford's trip to Leeds Rhinos on Friday and the visit of Warrington Wolves on Saturday 4 March.

Meanwhile, Rhinos second row Jamie Jones-Buchanan, 35, pleaded guilty to a charge of of Grade A dangerous contact and was fined £300 by the RFL.

Neither player was initially cautioned by match officials during their respective Super League games.

Carney's Salford won 30-20 at Huddersfield, while Jones Buchanan's Leeds beat Leigh 17-14.

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