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Campbell Brown accepts two-match AFL ban

27/07/2010 11:48:23 AM Comments (0)

Hawthorn utility Campbell Brown will miss upcoming games against Port Adelaide and Sydney after accepting a two-match ban for striking.

Brown took the early guilty plea after being reported for striking St Kilda midfielder Nick Dal Santo in last Friday's draw at Etihad Stadium.

The tribunal was not required to sit on Tuesday night after all four players charged by the match review panel chose to accept their sanctions.

West Coast youngster Ashton Hams was suspended for three matches for engaging in rough conduct against Carlton's Dennis Armfield.

Adelaide defender Graham Johncock will miss Sunday's must-win game against Richmond after accepting a one-match sanction for engaging in rough conduct against Port Adelaide's Cameron Hitchcock.

And North Melbourne's Ben Cunnington has been fined $900 for making negligent contact with an umpire early in the clash against Essendon.

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