MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MAY 29: Tom Hawkins of the Cats is tackled by Sam Rowe of the Blues during the 2016 AFL Round 10 match between the Carlton Blues and the Geelong Cats at Etihad Stadium on May 29, 2016 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Seven charges have been laid by the Match Review Panel following Round 11, with two players suspended.

Hawthorn’s Jon Ceglar can accept a one game ban for striking Melbourne’s  Jesse Hogan.

Geelong forward Tom Hawkins can also accept a one game ban with an early guilty plea, for striking GWS co-captain Phil Davis.

Carlton’s Levi Casboult can accept a $1,000 fine, for engaging in rough conduct on Brisbane’s Mitch Robinson.

Gold Coast’s Tom Lynch can accept a $1,500 for striking Sydney defender Jeremy Laidler.

Essendon’s Anthony Tipungwuti can accept a $1000 fine for engaging in rough conduct on Fremantle’s Chris Mayne.

Melbourne captain Nathan Jones can accept a $2,500 fine (third offence) for wrestling with Hawthorn’s Liam Shiels.

Brisbane’s Dayne Zorko can accept a $1,000 fine for striking Carlton’s Dale Thomas.

Meanwhile, three other incidents were assessed.

Demons’ midfielder Bernie Vince had his match day report for striking Isaac Smith thrown out.

Richmond’s Alex Rance was cleared of any wrong doing for his contact on Jarrad Waite.

West Coast defender Shannon Hurn was cleared of contact on Bulldog Jordan Roughead.


  1. Lucky that hurn didn’t get anything he clearly went for the bump and hurt Roughead in the head and Essendon player jump off the ground and bump the guy in the head, Matthew Boyd did the same thing and get one week, where is the consisted

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