Bryce Gibbs is tackled Angus Monfries on Saturday. Picture: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images AsiaPac.

Gibbs banned for two weeks, as five players charged by MRP

The Match Review Panel has laid down the law to Bryce Gibbs.

Carlton midfielder Bryce Gibbs has been offered a two match suspension for his slam tackle on Robbie Gray, that forced the Port star to be taken from the field in a neck brace. Gibbs has been charged with rough conduct by the MRP, with the contact being deemed as careless and head high, resulting in a three week ban. However, Gibbs can accept a two game ban with an early guilty plea.

Josh Gibson has been fined $1,000 for striking Charlie Cameron, during Hawthorn’s win over Adelaide on Thursday night.

Ben Stratton has also been fined $1,000 from the same game, after striking Adelaide’s Eddie Betts.

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Andrew Swallow can accept a $1,000 fine for tripping Greater Western Sydney’s Josh Kelly, while Matthew Stokes has been fined $1,500 for making careless contact with an umpire.

All other matters were cleared.

Read the full MRP statement here