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Five players face AFL tribunal

30/09/2004 06:07:20 AM Comments (0)

A total of 15 charges from Saturday's wild AFL grand final will be heard at the tribunal on Thursday night.

Retired Brisbane full-forward Alastair Lynch must answer to seven charges, all from his punch-on with Port fullback Darryl Wakelin.

Lynch is set to be hit with a massive fine if found guilty and suspended as well in case he decides on a comeback.

The other major concern for the Lions will be the appearance of gun forward Jonathan Brown, who's been reported for striking Port's Josh Carr.

Lions midfielder Simon Black will be the first player up, at 4.30pm (AEST) Thursday, charged on two separate counts of striking.

Carr and Wakelin must also answer to charges of wrestling and in Wakelin's case, attempting to strike Lynch.

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