Match Review round 5.
“The AFL advises the Match Review of the Round Five Friday games has been completed. No charges were laid and there were no incidents requiring a detailed explanation
Zach Merrett charged with rough conduct for a dangerous tackle against Tom Sparrow. The tackle was graded as careless conduct, medium impact and high contact, resulting in the one game suspension.
Angus Brayshaw for tripping Sam Draper a $1500 fine reduced to $1,000 for an early plea.
Dylan William for tripping Mitch Hannan a $1500 fine reduced to $1,000 for an early plea.
Anthony Caminiti has been sent straight to the tribunal, charged with striking Nathan Murphy in the fourth quarter.
The MRO graded the incident that left Murphy concussed as as intentional conduct, severe impact and high contact, with Caminiti to be suspended for at least four weeks.
Tom Green has been suspended for one week for his dangerous tackle on Josh Ward in the second quarter. MRO grading the tackle as careless conduct, medium impact and high contact.
Taylor Adams has been suspended for one game for a dangerous tackle on St Kilda’s Seb Ross in the third quarter.
MRO grading the incident as careless conduct, medium impact and high contact.
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Zach Merrett will appeal his one-match suspension
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Taylor Adams will appeal his one-match suspension
Tom Green has accepted his one-match suspension
Anthony Caminiti has received a three-match ban for his strike on Nathan Murphy that left the Collingwood defender with a concussion.
Caminiti was sent straight to the Tribunal for the incident, which the Match Review Officer graded as intentional conduct, severe impact and high contact and recommended a ban of at least four weeks.
However, the Tribunal downgraded the charge to ‘Careless’ conduct and Caminiti has been suspended for three matches.
Vision shows Murphy forcefully pushing Caminiti in the chest during the final quarter and the Saints forward responding with a raised forearm that felled his opponent.