AFL Match Review Panel – Round 4

AFL Match Review Panel – Round 4

NORTH Melbourne captain Jack Ziebell’s bump on Travis Cloke has been cleared by the AFL match review panel.

Cloke will be sidelined for four to six weeks after suffering broken ribs as a result of the collision during the fourth quarter of the inaugural Good Friday game.

The review panel deemed Ziebell’s bump as “not unreasonable” when handing down its findings on Monday afternoon.

Essendon’s Conor McKenna has been offered a one-match ban for a high bump on Adelaide youngster Riley Knight.

GWS star Tony Greene can take a $1000 fine for striking Port’s Dan Houston.

West Coast forward Mark LeCras has been offered a $1000 fine for rough conduct but the review panel has cleared North Melbourne’s Scott Thompson of any wrongdoing in an incident which felled Western Bulldog Tom Boyd.

© AAP 2017

 

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