CHRIS Hill has been handed a caution by the RFL's Match Review Panel.

The Warrington Wolves co-captain had an instance of dangerous contact during Thursday's 38-4 win at Hull FC looked at by the panel, who decided it was not worthy of a penalty notice.

The caution relates to a 13th-minute incident involving Hill and Black and Whites half-back Marc Sneyd.

In relation to the incident, the minutes from the Match Review Panel read: Player approaches the line as opponent is passing. Makes contact with chest to shoulder of opponent. Player is committed to contact and doesn’t deviate approach. Worthy of caution for technique.

"A defending players makes contact with an opponent after the ball has been released by an opponent in a vulnerable position which causes excessive flexion to the head, neck or spinal column."

Hill has fallen foul of the panel already this season – he was hit with a three-match ban for the high tackle that saw him sent off during the opening-day loss to Wigan Warriors on January 30.