WEEK 2 FINALS SANFL IRP

Published on: Sep 11 2018 | Author: Zac Milbank |

North Adelaide midfielder Jarred Allmond is available to play in Sunday’s Preliminary Final after having his rough conduct charge downgraded at the SANFL Tribunal on Tuesday night.

Originally offered a one-match ban with an early guilty plea for engaging in rough conduct with Sturt’s Josh Dodd in Sunday’s First Semi-Final at Adelaide Oval, Allmond risked a two-match ban if unsuccessful.

Allmond pleaded guilty to the charge of rough conduct but challenged the finding of high contact (to Dodd’s head).

The SANFL Tribunal panel, after hearing evidence from Dodd, deemed that in the circumstances, high contact couldn’t be established beyond reasonable doubt.

This ensured Allmond’s penalty was scaled down to a $200 fine and reprimand.

 

Jarred Allmond (North) – Rough Conduct (Original offer)

Conduct: Careless

Impact: Low

Contact: High

Penalty (Bad Record Loading): 2 Matches

Early Guilty Plea: 1 Match

 

Norwood midfielder Mitch Grigg has accepted a $200 fine and reprimand with an early guilty plea for striking Eagles midfielder Jared Petrenko in Sunday’s Second Semi-Final at Adelaide Oval.

Mitch Grigg (Norwood) – Striking

Conduct: Careless

Impact: Low

Contact: High

Penalty: 1 Match

Early Guilty Plea: $200 fine and reprimand (Accepted)

 

Woodville-West Torrens utility Paul Stewart has accepted a $200 fine and reprimand for striking Norwood midfielder Matthew Nunn in Sunday’s Second Semi Final at Adelaide Oval.

Paul Stewart (Eagles) – Striking

Conduct: Careless

Impact: Low

Contact: High

Penalty: 1 Match

Early Guilty Plea: $200 fine and reprimand (Accepted)

 

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