MRP – Rd14

Written by Schwarzwalder on June 26 2017

Charges Laid:

Luke Parker, Sydney Swans, has been charged with striking Mark Baguley, Essendon, during the first quarter of the Round 14 match between the Sydney Swans and Essendon, played at the SCG on Friday June 23, 2017.

In summary, he can accept a $1000 sanction with an early plea.

Based on the available video evidence and a medical report from the Essendon Football Club, the incident was assessed as careless conduct with low impact to the body. The incident was classified as a $1500 sanction. The player has no applicable record which impacts the penalty. An early plea enables the player to accept a $1000 sanction.

Dane Rampe, Sydney Swans, has been charged with a first offence for wrestling against Joe Daniher, Essendon, during the second quarter of the Round 14 match between the Sydney Swans and Essendon, played at the SCG on Friday June 23, 2017.

In summary, he can accept a $1000 sanction with an early plea.

A first offence for wrestling is a $1500 sanction. An early plea enables the player to a accept a $1000 sanction. .

Joe Daniher, Essendon, has been charged with a first offence for wrestling against Dane Rampe, Sydney Swans, during the second quarter of the Round 14 match between Essendon and the Sydney Swans, played at the SCG on Friday June 23, 2017.

In summary, he can accept a $1000 sanction with an early plea.

A first offence for wrestling is a $1500 sanction. An early plea enables the player to a accept a $1000 sanction. .

Nick Robertson, Brisbane Lions, has been charged with striking Nathan Wilson, GWS Giants, during the first quarter of the Round 14 match between the Brisbane Lions and the GWS Giants, played at the Gabba on Saturday June 24, 2017.

In summary, he can accept a $1000 sanction with an early plea.

Based on the available video evidence and a medical report from the GWS Giants Football Club, the incident was assessed as intentional conduct with low impact to the body. The incident was classified as a $1500 sanction. The player has no applicable record which impacts the penalty. An early plea enables the player to accept a $1000 sanction.

Easton Wood, Western Bulldogs, has been charged with striking Taylor Garner, North Melbourne, during the first quarter of the Round 14 match between the Western Bulldogs and North Melbourne, played at Etihad Stadium on Saturday June 25, 2017.

In summary, as a second offence of this kind, he can accept a $1500 sanction with an early plea.

Based on the available video evidence and a medical report from the North Melbourne Football Club, the incident was assessed as intentional conduct with low impact to the body. This was a second classifiable office which was classified as a $2500 sanction. An early plea enables the player to accept a $1500 sanction.

Ben Cunnington, North Melbourne, has been charged with striking Toby McLean, Western Bulldogs, during the fourth quarter of the Round 14 match between North Melbourne and the Western Bulldogs, played at Etihad Stadium on Saturday June 24, 2017.

In summary, he can accept a one-match sanction with an early plea.

Based on the available video evidence and a medical report from the Western Bulldogs Football Club, the incident was assessed as intentional conduct with low impact to the head/neck/throat area. The incident was classified as a two-match sanction. The player has no applicable record which impacts the penalty. An early plea enables the player to accept a one-match sanction.

Will Schofield, West Coast, has been charged with striking Clayton Oliver, Melbourne, during the second quarter of the Round 14 match between West Coast and Melbourne, played at Domain Stadium on Saturday June 24, 2017.

In summary, he can accept a one-match sanction with an early plea.

Based on the available video evidence and a medical report from the Melbourne Football Club, the incident was assessed as intentional conduct with low impact to the head. The incident was classified as a two-match sanction. The player has no applicable record which impacts the penalty. An early plea enables the player to accept a one-match sanction.

Hayden Ballantyne, Fremantle, has been charged with striking Zach Tuohy, Geelong Cats, during the second quarter of the Round 14 match between Fremantle and the Geelong Cats, played at Simonds Stadium on Sunday June 25, 2017.

In summary, he can accept a $1000 sanction with an early plea.

Based on the available video evidence and a medical report from the Geelong Cats Football Club, the incident was assessed as intentional conduct with low impact to the body. The incident was classified as a $1500 sanction. The player has no applicable record which impacts the penalty. An early plea enables the player to accept a $1000 sanction.

Michael Walters, Fremantle, has been charged with kneeing Patrick Dangerfield, Geelong Cats, during the fourth quarter of the Round 14 match between Fremantle and the Geelong Cats, played at Simonds Stadium on Sunday June 25, 2017.

In summary, he can accept a $1000 sanction with an early plea.

Based on the available video evidence and a medical report from the Geelong Cats Football Club, the incident was assessed as intentional conduct with low impact to the body. The incident was classified as a $1500 sanction. The player has no applicable record which impacts the penalty. An early plea enables the player to accept a $1000 sanction.

Bachar Houli, Richmond, has been charged with striking Jed Lamb, Carlton, during the first quarter of the Round 14 match between Richmond and Carlton, played at the MCG on Sunday June 25, 2017.

Based on the available video evidence and a medical report from the Carlton Football Club, the incident was assessed as intentional conduct with high impact to the head. The incident was referred directly to the Tribunal for its decision, with no early plea available to the player. The player has no record which impacts the penalty.

Other incidents assessed
Contact between Melbourne’s Jack Viney and West Coast’s Shannon Hurn from the fourth quarter of Saturday’s match was assessed. The ball was loose in the air after a high handball forward from Melbourne’s Christian Petracca. Hurn and Viney were coming to the ball from opposite directions with eyes focussed on the ball. Viney jumped into the air with both arms outstretched in a bid to win possession and made high contact to Hurn. It was the view of the panel that Viney was contesting the ball and no further action was taken.

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10 thoughts on “MRP – Rd14”

  1. Disappointed Schofield’s “hit” will now most likely cost him a week of footy. Would have thought the League could have been handled this a bit better…..and that’s putting it mildly.

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    1. Yep. Its an absolute joke. That so called punch wouldn’t of hurt a fly, if Oliver doesn’t fall to the ground like he had just been shot it would be completely different. Same as the Tom Hawkins one on Crouch.

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      1. Fairly certain I have never felt compelled to voice an opinion on umpires or MRP decisions but the Schofield sanction is a disgrace. Such a ridiculous decision it’s almost laughable. Never mind the crack down since the Cotchin jumper punch etc, in this case the contact wouldn’t have knocked over my 80 year old Mum. Athough I really think Oliver should be ashamed and embarrassed, the MRP should be even more so for it’s decision.

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        1. Young Oliver is a fantastic player and possibly a future Brownlow medallist, but he has to get this crap out of his game. It’s not the first time this year he’s taken a dive, and it’s pretty pathetic that the MRP has fallen for it (pun intended).

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    2. boo hoo , you raise an arm in anger off the ball , u should get rubbed out , was just trying to intimidate a kid , because he wasn’t getting what he wants , wonder how he treats his girlfriend , probably would blame the pedestrian for walking out in front of his car while he’s speeding too

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      1. PJ not one thing you’ve mentioned has any merit – it’s just weird dribble. I nearly got sucked in to saying nasty things, but it’s fairly obvious you’re a clueless dropkick ,so my sympathetic side told me to take it easy and that I should feel sorry for you. All the best.

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  2. On Houli.

    “Mr Lethlean said the AFL had appealed the two-game suspension on the grounds the sanction imposed was manifestly inadequate.”

    The AFL will argue that it is manifestly inadequate to suspend a player for less time for a high impact strike to the head than it is to find a player guilty of a lower impact strike.

    The appeal will be heard on Thursday night at 5.30pm by three members of the Appeals Board, which consists of Peter O’Callaghan (chairman), Brian Collis QC (deputy chairman), Brian Bourke, Michael Green, Stephen Jurica and John Schultz.

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