Lee, Moa summoned by RFL
Huddersfield's Tommy Lee and Sam Moa of Hull will both appear in front of the RFL's disciplinary committee on Tuesday.
Last Updated: 20/02/12 3:29pm
Huddersfield's Tommy Lee and Sam Moa of Hull will both appear in front of the Rugby Football League's disciplinary committee on Tuesday.
Lee is in hot water after being charged with a high tackle during the Giants' 32-22 Stobart Super League defeat to Warrington on Saturday.
The former Hull and Wakefield player was placed on report by referee Phil Bentham at the Galpharm Stadium for a challenge on Wolves stand-off Lee Briers
Meanwhile, Hull prop Moa will appear before the committee after he became the first player to be sent off in the 2012 season.
The Tongan forward is accused of a dangerous shoulder charge on London Broncos hooker Julien Rinaldi during the Airlie Birds' 22-14 victory at the KC Stadium in front of the Sky Sports cameras.
He has been charged with a grade B offence which carries a ban of one or two games.