Wigan coach Adrian Lam says the UK Mountainous League membership will consider attention-grabbing after used Canberra Raider John Bateman and Warriors teammate Willie Isa copped bans within the wake of a fiery conflict with St Helens.
Isa received a four match suspension for separate incidents after being sin-binned in Friday night’s extremely-charged 26-2 Mountainous League defeat to their arch competitors Saints.
Fellow abet-rower Bateman became hit with a one-match penalty after he became handed two yellow playing cards on the DW Stadium conflict.
St Helens forward James Bentley – also despatched to the sin-bin after clashing with Bateman – will abet a one-game ban.
“There became tons of emotion closing weekend and that have to be taken into consideration when making these decisions,” Lam said of a probable allure.
“We are going to contain a peep at that intensive and look if there is a case for us to jam.”
Isa and Bateman are station to fail to see Wednesday’s house Mountainous League conflict towards but one more arch-rival Leeds Rhinos, with the used unlikely to function again sooner than the last Mountainous League game of the season.
Isa became given a one-match penalty for a shoulder charge on Jack Welsby and a 3-match ban for a high shot on Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook for which he became sin-binned.
Bateman’s one-game ban is for “heinous and abusive language” after he received his second yellow card towards Saints.
Lam indicated the membership would decide a nearer peep into Bateman’s ban, but admitted he became more upset that it became for dissent.