Star Cat out of Hazard, Setterfield cops two-match ban

The AFL’s Match Overview Officer Michael Chrisitan has selected a penalty for Geelong’s Patrick Dangerfield after the 2016 Brownlow Medallist appeared to strike Matt de Boer off the ball at GMHBA Stadium on Saturday. Dangerfield has been supplied a $2000 monetary penalty solely, leaving him free to play on this week’s Easter Monday conflict versus Hawthorn on the MCG, and nonetheless eligible for the Brownlow Medal. The incident comes only a week after Dustin Martin was fined for hanging De Boer in a match which additionally noticed him suspended per week for hanging Adam Kennedy. One other incident between Dangerfield and De Boer through the second quarter was additionally assessed however the MRO dominated that the pressure concerned was inadequate to represent a cost. In the meantime, Carlton younger gun Will Setterfield will miss the subsequent two matches after being charged with participating in tough conduct with Gold Coast’s Wil Powell. The incident was assessed as careless conduct with a excessive impression and excessive contact. If accepted, the ban will see Setterfield miss Carlton’s matches in opposition to the Western Bulldogs and Hawthorn within the subsequent two weeks. After all, the Blues have the choice of difficult the choice on the tribunal. Luke McDonald has additionally been supplied a one match suspension. Esava Ratugolea, Joel Selwood, Tom Bellchambers, Kamdyn McIntosh, Jack Ziebell and Ben Cunnington have additionally been fined however not suspended for incidents occurring throughout Spherical four.