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Round 18 MRP report

Round 18 MRP report
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Written by Danielle on 29th Jul 2013

Among the list of players receiving penalties this week from the Match Review Panel, five Fremantle players have been fined for participating in a melee during their clash with the Crows on Saturday. Two Adelaide players were also fined for engaging in the incident.

 

Here’s the team by team list of players who have been held accountable by the MRP, although they are all in a position to accept reduced punishments with early pleas.

 

Adelaide

 

Scott Thompson – offered a $1,600 fine for engaging in a melee against Fremantle.

Thompson can accept a $1,200 fine with an early plea.

 

Bernie Vince – offered a $1,600 fine for engaging in a melee against Fremantle.

Thompson can accept a $1,200 fine with an early plea.

 

Essendon

 

Jake Carlisle – offered 125 demerit points and a one match ban for striking Lance Franklin (Hawthorn)

The MRP assessed the strike as a level two striking charge.

Carlisle can accept a reprimand and 93.75 demerit points with an early plea.

 

Nick Kommer – offered a $2,600 fine for abusive language towards umpire Michael Palm.

The MRP assessed it as a first offence for abusive, insulting, threatening or obscene language.

Krommer can accept a $1,950 fine with an early plea.

 

Jake Melksham – offered 125demerit points and a one match ban for rough conduct against Jarryd Roughead (Hawthorn)

The MRP assessed the charge as level one negligent rough conduct, low impact and high contact.

Melksham can accept a reprimand and 93.75 demerit points with an early plea.

 

Fremantle

 

Matt de Boer – offered a $2,400 fine for being an instigator of a melee against Adelaide.

He can accept a $1,800 fine with an early plea.

 

de Boer was also offered a $1,600 fine for engaging in a melee.

He can accept a $1,200 fine with an early plea.

 

Zac Clarke – offered a $1,600 fine for engaging in a melee against Adelaide.

Clarke can accept a $1,200 fine with an early plea.

 

Ryan Crowley – offered a $1,600 fine for engaging in a melee against Adelaide.

Crowley can accept a $1,200 fine with an early plea.

 

Danyle Pearce – offered a offered a $2,400 fine for being an instigator of a melee against Adelaide.

He can accept a $1,800 fine with an early plea.

 

Pearce was also offered a $1,600 fine for engaging in a melee.

He can accept a $1,200 fine with an early plea.

 

Michael Walters – offered a $1,600 fine for engaging in a melee against Adelaide.

Walters can accept a $1,200 fine with an early plea.

 

Geelong

 

James Podsiadly – offered a one match ban and 173.75 demerit points for striking Jack Steven (St Kilda).

The MRP assessed the charge as a level one striking offence with negligent conduct, low impact and high contact.

Based on his poor record of demerit points, he can accept 130.31 demerit points and a one match ban with an early plea.

 

Hawthorn

 

Max Bailey – offered a $1,200 fine for making negligent contact with umpire Jacob Mollison.

The MRP assessed the charge as a first offence making negligent contact with an umpire.

Bailey can accept a $900 fine with an early plea.

 

Luke Hodge – offered 80 demerit points and a reprimand for tripping Paddy Ryan (Essendon)

The MRP assessed the charge as a level one tripping offence.

Hodge can accept 60 demerit points and a reprimand with an early plea.