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The Rugby Football League has announced that Wigan's Ben Flower has been handed a six-month ban for punching Lance Hohaia of St Helens in Saturday's Super League Grand Final.
Lance Hohaia has accepted a one-match ban for his forearm strike which sparked the punches from Ben Flower during Saturday's Super League Grand Final between St Helens and Wigan.
Hohaia,who caught Flower off the ball, was knocked to the ground by the Wigan prop's first punch and then lay motionless as Flower landed a second on his face.
Flower will face a Rugby Football League disciplinary tribunal on Tuesday evening, which carries anything from an eight-match ban.