The AFL advises that the Match Review of the Round 21 Saturday games has been completed. Five charges were laid and there were two incidents that required a detailed explanation.
Jack Stringer has been charged with wresting Harry Himmelberg in the first term, graded Intentional Conduct, Low Impact, Body Contact and earning a $3000 sanction.
GWS’s Daniel Lloyd has also been handed a $3000 fine for a first quarter incident with Bomber Nick Hind. Lloyd was charged with striking, graded as Careless Conduct, Low Impact, High Contact. He can accept a $2000 fine with an early plea.
Lloyd was also handed a $1500 fine for wrestling, as was Bomber Mason Redman. The pair can accept a $1000 financial sanction with an early plea.
Tim Membrey (St Kilda) was charged by the MRO for striking Sam De Koning (Geeelong). The incident was graded as Careless Conduct, Low Impact, High Contact. A $3000 fine but he can accept a $2000 fine with an early plea.
The incident involving Hawthorn’s Jarman Impey and Gold Coast Suns’ Darcy Macpherson from the third quarter was assessed, it was the view of the MRO that Impey’s actions did not constitute a reportable offence. No further action was taken.
The incident involving Richmond’s Kamdyn McIntosh and Port Adelaide’s Darcy Byrne-Jones from the fourth quarter of Saturday’s match was assessed, it was the view of the MRO that McIntosh made a genuine attempt to spoil and that his actions were not unreasonable in the circumstances. No further action was taken.
The AFL advises that the Match Review of the Round 21 Sunday games has been completed. Two suspensions and two fines.
Patrick Cripps has been offered a two-match suspension by the Match Review Officer for his hit on Callum Ah Chee that left the Brisbane utility concussed.
Michael Christian graded the incident from Sunday’s match as careless conduct, high contact and high impact.
If Cripps accepts the suspension, he will be unavailable for the Blues’ final two matches of the home and away season against Melbourne and Collingwood.
Tim Kelly has copped a one-match ban for Rough Conduct for a dangerous tackle on Adelaide’s Sam Berry.
The incident was graded as careless conduct, high contact and medium impact.
Callum Mills has been charged with Wrestling (first offence) Curtis Taylor during the fourth quarter of Sydney’s round 21 match against North Melbourne.
The incident was classified as a $1500 sanction as a first offence, and Mills can accept a $1000 sanction with an early plea.
Taylor has also been charged with Wrestling (first offence) Mills.
The incident was classified as a $1500 sanction as a first offence, and Taylor can accept a $1000 sanction with an early plea.
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