Dangerfield learns MRO fate, Roo and Blue offered bans

SEN - Mon, 15th Apr 2019 - 0 Comments

Geelong star Patrick Dangerfield can accept a $2000 fine for striking GWS tagger Matthew de Boer during Saturday’s match at GMHBA Stadium.

Dangerfield avoided a suspension after the incident was assessed as intentional conduct with low impact and body contact.

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Carlton youngster Will Setterfield was offered a two-match ban for engaging in rough conduct against Gold Coast’s Will Powell.

Setterfield’s sling tackle was deemed as careless with high impact and high contact.

North Melbourne defender Luke McDonald can accept a one-match suspension for engaging in rough conduct against Adelaide’s Chayce Jones.

The incident was assessed as careless conduct with medium impact and high contract.

Geelong captain Joel Selwood has been fined $1000 for making careless contact with an umpire while Cats teammate Esava Ratugolea has been charged with engaging in rough conduct against GWS ruckman Shane Mumford and can accept a $2000 fine with an early plea.

Essendon’s Tom Bellchambers can accept a $2000 fine for careless conduct with low impact and high contact against Brisbane skipper Dayne Zorko.

Richmond’s Kamdyn McIntosh has copped a $1000 fine after being charged with misconduct against Port Adelaide co-captain Ollie Wines.

North Melbourne skipper Jack Ziebell was charged with rough conduct against Adelaide’s Brad Crouch and can accept a $2000 fine while his Kangaroos teammate Ben Cunnington has escaped with a $2500 sanction after being charged with a third offence of making careless conduct with an umpire.

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