HUDDERSFIELD Giants have admitted they have no complaints over the three-match ban handed out to star full-back Paul Reilly by RFL disciplinary chiefs last night.
The 29-year-old was sent off in the 15th minute of Sunday's 32-22 Super League victory over Leigh for an off-the-ball challenge on Danny Halliwell.
Video evidence showed the England star used the elbow on his opponent and is now suffering the consequences.
Reilly's suspension - he was also fined £300 - means he will miss the trip to Hull on Saturday (6.05) and then the away games at London Broncos and Wakefield before returning against Warrington at the Galpharm on Sunday, August 14.
"Paul went to the disciplinary hearing ready to accept full responsibility," said Giants football manager Stuart Sheard, who represented Reilly last night.
"He has apologised to the club for his actions and also apologised to the disciplinary committee over his actions.
"We were given a very fair hearing and Paul has already accepted his punishment and intends to move on."
Reilly's weekend dismissal was the third in his 10-year career, with the previous red cards shown for fighting in a Super League clash against Wakefield in 2003 and in a 1998 Alliance fixture.