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Adam Higson will use ban time wisely From This Is Lancashire ADAM Higson will miss Leigh's next five games after being banned for his high and late tackle on Gareth O'Brien during Centurions 36 22 defeat to Salford at Magic Weekend.
The winger, 30, faced a potential eight match suspension after being charged with an 'intentional' Grade E offence. Coach Neil Jukes, who questions the severity of the grading, says Higson could use the unwanted spell on the side lines to clear up some niggling injuries. "Whether that is getting a volume of work in him. Or whether he has a bit of a clean out of his knee that won't effect us going through the 8s competitions, that's what we will do. "It burberry products was obviously not a great tackle and has made the headlines. But I was surprised the grading was so severe. "He did one (tackle) in the first half and got it spot on. This time he timed it wrongly and if you don't get it right it can look ugly. "But it isn't the first time someone gets sent off for a high tackle and it won't be the burberry accessories last." On the credit side, prop Jamie Acton is free from suspension and available for tomorrow's trip to Hull FC, still smarting from their 45 0 Newcastle drubbing by St Helens. Crooks scored one of Leigh's four tries against Salford but admits it was another frustrating 80 minutes for last season's Championship kings "We say the same thing every week and it's our own downfall. There were times when we were really in the game but burberry accessories sale daft shop burberry online little errors and giving away penalties are costing us.
"There is an inconsistency in our game. One week we are up on something and down somewhere else "The following week we nail what we were down on before but something else slips. We need to get better and more consistent on everything we are doing.