A complete of 9 gamers have been handed down financial fines by the AFL Tribunal following incidents in spherical sixteen.
The heaviest of these is to North Melbourne star Ben Cunnington who was whacked with a $5000 wonderful copping his fifth sanction for the season, after hanging St Kilda’s Jade Gresham in North’s win in Hobart on Sunday afternoon.
The midfielder has now racked up $15,500 price of fines to this point in 2019, 4 incidents for hanging and one for making careless contact with an umpire.
Hawthorn’s Daniel Howe was fortunate to flee with a $2000 wonderful after he kneed Scott Pendlebury within the face. The Magpies captain tackled Howe to the bottom after the whistle and as a scuffle insued, the Hawk teen raised his knee whereas each gamers had been on the bottom.
Uh oh: Hawk may very well be in strife after errant knee to move. WATCH HERE: https://t.co/nd9fZd8y8r [pic.twitter.com/vhZjx8eqwz](http://pic.twitter.com/vhZjx8eqwz)
— FOX FOOTY (@FOXFOOTY) July 5, 2019
Fremantle skipper Nat Fyfe was underneath the highlight for 2 incidents. One offence he dedicated himself, catching Eagles midfielder Elliot Yeo excessive, attracting a tough conduct cost of $2000. He was additionally concerned in an incident with Liam Duggen who copped an identical wonderful for tough conduct on the Dockers Brownlow Medalist.
From the identical match, Fremantle’s Luke Ryan was cited for a sling sort out on Jarrod Cameron, though the movement of pulling again the arm (or hen wing sort out) whereas the participant was on the bottom could have induced the $1000 sanction.
The Showdown additionally noticed some spiteful incidents with a complete of three gamers receiving penalties from the match. Port Adelaide pair Hamish Hartlett and Dougal Howard had been each fined for hanging ($1500 and $2000 respectively) whereas Crows defender Brodie Smith was slapped with a $2000 cost for tough conduct on Steven Motlop.
Essendon ahead Shaun McKernan can settle for a $2000 sanction with an early plea after his low impression, excessive contact hanging offense towards Sydney’s Jordan Dawson.
The AFL Tribunal should have been so busy gathering all of the money they forgot about Demon Jordan Lewis’ excessive bump on Blue Zac Fisher. The previous Hawk seems to have escaped any punishment.
Why am I not stunned Jordan Lewis had no case to reply? Did Chrisso not get the tape or one thing… This was both going to be 3-4 or nothing in any respect. #AFL #BoundByBlue pic.twitter.com/g3dVflUI5Q
— The Ian Prender-Solid (@ThePrender_Cast) July 8, 2019