Mitch Allgood charged with making contact with an official after confronting referee Richard Silverwood during Hull derby

  • Mitch Allgood charged with making deliberate contact with a match official
  • Hull KR prop remonstrated with Richard Silverwood during defeat to Hull 
  • Australian forward could be banned for two games following offence
  • Shaun Lunt charged with grade A offence for a dangerous throw 

Hull KR prop Mitch Allgood has been charged with making deliberate contact with a match official.

Allgood has been accused by the Rugby Football League's match-review panel of a grade B offence after remonstrating with referee Richard Silverwood over his decision to award a try to Hull winger Curtis Naughton during his side's 28-16 derby defeat at the Magic Weekend in Newcastle. 

If the Australian forward is found guilty when he appears in front of a disciplinary tribunal on Tuesday, he could be banned for one or two matches.

Hull KR's Australian prop Mitch Allgood has been charged with making deliberate contact with a match official

Hull KR's Australian prop Mitch Allgood has been charged with making deliberate contact with a match official

Allgood has been accused of a grade B offence after remonstrating with referee Richard Silverwood

Allgood has been accused of a grade B offence after remonstrating with referee Richard Silverwood

Team-mate Shaun Lunt, who was sin-binned for a dangerous throw on prop Liam Watts in the same match at St James' Park, has been charged with a grade A offence.

Salford winger Justin Carney is facing a potential two-match ban after being charged with a grade B dangerous throw on centre Chris Bridge during his side's 18-12 win over Widnes in the opening game of the Magic Weekend.

Warrington centre or second-rower Benjamin Jullien has avoided a suspension after entering an early guilty plea to a grade A offence of a dangerous throw on Castleford forward Gadwin Springer. 

Shaun Lunt, who was sin-binned  for a dangerous throw against Hull, has been charged with a grade A offence

Shaun Lunt, who was sin-binned for a dangerous throw against Hull, has been charged with a grade A offence

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