Ed Curnow

Carlton’s Ed Curnow has been referred directly to the Tribunal after making intentional contact with an umpire during the Blues’ win over Essendon on Saturday.

Carlton’s Charlie Curnow has also been referred directly to the Tribunal for a similar incident to his brother, after he was found making intentional contact with an umpire on Saturday.

North Melbourne’s Jack Ziebell can accept a one-match ban for kneeing Richmond’s Reece Conca during their clash on Sunday.

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GWS’ Jeremy Cameron and North Melbourne’s Jarrad Waite can accept $2000 sanctions for incidents over the weekend.

Carlton’s Jed Lamb and Collingwood’s Taylor Adams can both accept $1500 fines for separate incidents in round eight.

Carlton’s Patrick Cripps and St Kilda’s Jade Gresham can both accept $1000 fines for making careless contact with umpires over the weekend, while St Kilda’s Jack Steven and Fremantle’s Bailey Banfield can both accept a $1000 sanction for wresting each other.

North Melbourne’s Luke McDonald was cleared for this hit on Tiger Kane Lambert.