The Waikato prop James McGougan and the Bay of Plenty wing Tino Nemani have been suspended from provincial rugby for one and two weeks respectively.
Both faced separate judicial hearings for foul play during week six of the ITM Cup.
McGougan was reported for a dangerous charge on Otago's Lee Allan in the 60th minute of their match in Dunedin last Sunday.
McGougan's no-arms tackle resulted in Allan going off injured for the remainder of the match, but the judiciary ruled McGougan's charge was not intentional.
The prop's suspension means he is banned from playing any rugby up to and including Monday 29 September and he will miss Waikato's match against Manawatu on 27 September.
Meanwhile Nemani was suspended for two weeks after he was sent off and later charged for a dangerous charge in the 77th minute of the Steamers unsuccessful Ranfurly Shield challenge against Hawke's Bay at McLean Park on Saturday.
The judiciary accepted Nemani's action was not deliberate or intentional and that, fortunately, the tackle did not affect the Hawke's Bay player.
Nemani is suspended from all rugby up to and including Sunday 5 October, and will be available for Bay of Plenty's match against Waikato at Waikato Stadium on Thursday 9 October.