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Vincent Duport will sit out clash with Warrington Wolves
5:28pm Wednesday 16th July 2014 in Sport
VINCENT Duport will not figure for Catalan Dragons when Wolves visit Perpignan on Friday, August 1.
The French international centre will be serving the last of a three-game ban that has been imposed this week.
Duport's suspension came about after pleading guilty to making Grade D dangerous contact with Wigan Warriors player Josh Charnley in the 42nd minute of a fixture played on Saturday. Duport was also fined £300.
Dragons' Gregory Mounis, however, will be available for the clash with Wolves, having collected a two-match suspension this week.
His ban comes after pleading guilty to making a Grade C dangerous throw on Wigan Warriors player John Bateman in the 42nd minute of the same fixture. Mounis was also fined £300.
Meanwhile, Salford's Gareth Hock has been suspended for seven games after an independent disciplinary tribunal found him guilty of the Grade E offence of making deliberate contact with a match official in the 38th minute of a Super League Round 20 fixture against Hull FC on Saturday.
Hock, who pleaded not guilty, was also fined £300.