NEITHER Matt Dufty nor Mike Cooper will face further disciplinary action following their sin-binnings during Saturday’s Challenge Cup Final.

The match at Wembley got off to an explosive start when after barely a minute of play, Wigan’s Warrington-born former Wire prop Cooper was yellow-carded by referee Chris Kendall having caught a falling Josh Thewlis around the head with his arm.

Barely seconds later, Dufty followed him in being sent for 10 minutes having caught Liam Marshall high as he scrambled to recover following an intercept, leaving both sides down to 12 men.

In both cases, however, the Match Review Panel have decided the on-field punishments were sufficient, therefore both will be available for this weekend’s return to Super League action.

In Dufty’s case, the panel agreed the contact with Marshall was “low force” and thought the same for Cooper’s incident while also acknowledged Thewlis was falling into contact.

No charges have been issued by the panel following the game, which Wigan won 18-8 to lift the Challenge Cup for the 21st time.