THE RFL'S Match Review Panel have ruled upon several incidents from The Wire's defeat to Wigan Warriors on Friday.

Willie Isa will not face any further action for the tackle in the air on Jake Mamo that saw him sin-binned in the early stages of the match at Headingley.

The panel minutes reveal they believed referee Chris Kendall's on-field decision to show Isa a yellow card was sufficient punishment.

Interestingly, however, the minutes also suggest the Warriors' first try in their 18-14 victory should not have stood.

When reviewing a 25th-minute tackle on Blake Austin by Wigan's Oliver Partington, the panel believe the tackle should have resulted in a Warrington penalty.

The minutes read: "Player makes tackle on opponent with forearm to lower arm of opponent. Player makes secondary contact with shoulder to opponent’s head. Worthy of onfield penalty."

After the tackle, Partington picked up the ball and sprinted up to the Wire tryline and from the next play, Joe Greenwood crossed.