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Darcy, McKay join AFL laws committee

20/06/2008 06:06:54 PM Comments (0)

Fremantle captain Matthew Pavlich and former Carlton great Andrew McKay will join the AFL Laws of the Game Committee.

The league also announced that South Australian football great, 1961 Magarey Medallist John Halbert, will resign after nine years on the committee.

Pavlich is the latest current player representative on the committee.

Western Bulldogs ruckman Luke Darcy took over from Collingwood captain Nathan Buckley last season as the committee's current player.

Darcy retired at the end of last season, but remains on the eight-man committee.

McKay, who played 244 games for the Blues between 1993-2003, is also the AFL's match review panel chairman.

League operations manager Adrian Anderson said he had written to the clubs to outline the 2008 laws of the game process.

The laws committee is Anderson as chairman, Kevin Bartlett, Darcy, Brendon Gale, McKay, Pavlich, Rowan Sawers and Michael Sexton.

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