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.
— AFL.com.au (@AFLcomau) May 12, 2018
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.
— Steve Marson (@stephenmarson) May 14, 2018
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.
— AFL (@AFL) May 13, 2018