Widnes' Chris Houston and St Helens' Kyle Amor escape suspensions

Chris Houston
Chris Houston's Widnes Vikings are bottom of Super League

Widnes Vikings forward Chris Houston and St Helens prop Kyle Amor have avoided suspensions after disciplinary hearings on Wednesday.

Houston was found not guilty of making contact with a match official in Widnes' loss to Warrington on 13 April.

Amor was sent off for a high tackle on Wigan's Liam Marshall in Saints' local derby defeat at Wigan a day later.

He was found guilty but the charge against him was downgraded and the red card was deemed sufficient punishment.

Huddersfield half-back Danny Brough has been suspended for one match and fined £300 after being found guilty of using foul and abusive language towards a match official.

Warrington hooker Daryl Clark, Wigan centre Anthony Gelling and Leigh's Gregg McNally all took early guilty pleas to their respective charges.

Clark and Gelling have received one-match bans, while McNally will miss his side's next two games.

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