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MRP Report Round 23

MRP Report Round 23
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Written by Danielle on 3rd Sep 2013

On Tuesday, all players who received sanctions from the Match Review Panel for their conduct during round 23 accepted their penalties.

Here is the club by club list of players and their charges going into the 2013 finals and the 2014 home and away season.

Adelaide

Sam Jacobs – accepted a $900 fine for making negligent contact with umpire Stuart Wenn.

By accepting an early plea, the initial charge of $1200 was reduced by 25 per cent.

Brisbane Lions

Matt Maguire – accepted a reprimand and 93.75 demerit points for striking Steve Johnson (Geelong).

The MRP assessed it as level two striking.

By accepting an early plea, the initial charge of a one match ban and 125 demerit points was reduced by 25 per cent.

Essendon

Jake Melksham – accepted a two match ban and 239.06 demerit points for striking Daniel Jackson (Richmond).

The MRP assessed it as level three striking.

By accepting an early plea, the initial charge of 318.75 demerit points and a three match ban was reduced by 25 per cent.

GWS Giants

Toby Greene – accepted a $1950 fine for making reckless contact with umpire Rob Findlay.

By accepting an early plea, the initial charge of $2600 was reduced by 25 per cent.

Hawthorn

Lance Franklin – accepted a one match ban and 168.75 demerit points for engaging in rough conduct against Nick Malceski (Sydney).

The MRP assessed it as level two engaging in rough conduct.

By accepting an early plea, the initial charge of 225 demerit points and a two match ban was reduced by 25 per cent.

Luke Hodge – accepted a $1950 fine for making reckless contact with umpire Brett Rosebury.

By accepting an early plea, the initial charge of $2600 was reduced by 25 per cent.

Melbourne

Max Gawn – accepted a $1200 fine for participating in a melee against Western Bulldogs players.

The MRP assessed it as a first offence engaging in a melee.

By accepting an early plea, the initial charge of $1600 was reduced by 25 per cent.

Dean Kent – accepted a $1200 fine for participating in a melee against Western Bulldogs players.

The MRP assessed it as a first offence engaging in a melee.

By accepting an early plea, the initial charge of $1600 was reduced by 25 per cent.

Jordie McKenzie – accepted a $2700 fine for instigating a melee against Western Bulldogs players.

The MRP assessed it as a first offence being the instigator of a melee.

By accepting an early plea, the initial charge of $3600 was reduced by 25 per cent.

Colin Sylvia – accepted a $1200 fine for participating in a melee against Western Bulldogs players.

The MRP assessed it as a first offence engaging in a melee.

By accepting an early plea, the initial charge of $1600 was reduced by 25 per cent.

Jack Viney – accepted a $1200 fine for participating in a melee against Western Bulldogs players.

The MRP assessed it as a first offence engaging in a melee.

By accepting an early plea, the initial charge of $1600 was reduced by 25 per cent.

St Kilda

Leigh Montagna – accepted a one match ban and 121.88 demerit points for striking Ryan Crowley (Fremantle).

The MRP assessed it as level two striking.

By accepting an early plea, the initial charge of a one match ban and 162.50 demerit points was reduced by 25 per cent.

West Coast

Matt Priddis – accepted a $900 fine for making negligent contact with umpire Craig Fleer.

By accepting an early plea, the initial charge of $1200 was reduced by 25 per cent.

Western Bulldogs

Jarrad Grant – accepted a $1200 fine for participating in a melee against Melbourne players.

The MRP assessed it as a first offence engaging in a melee.

By accepting an early plea, the initial charge of $1600 was reduced by 25 per cent.

Ryan Griffen – accepted a $1200 fine for participating in a melee against Melbourne players.

The MRP assessed it as a first offence engaging in a melee.

By accepting an early plea, the initial charge of $1600 was reduced by 25 per cent.

Lachie Hunter – accepted a $1200 fine for participating in a melee against Melbourne players.

The MRP assessed it as a first offence engaging in a melee.

By accepting an early plea, the initial charge of $1600 was reduced by 25 per cent.

Will Minson – accepted an $1800 fine for participating in a melee against Melbourne players.

The MRP assessed it as a second offence engaging in a melee.

By accepting an early plea, the initial charge of $2400 was reduced by 25 per cent.

Jordan Roughead – accepted a $1200 fine for participating in a melee against Melbourne players.

The MRP assessed it as a first offence engaging in a melee.

By accepting an early plea, the initial charge of $1600 was reduced by 25 per cent.