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Williams and Wilson accept reprimands

01/03/2011 04:03:43 PM Comments (0)

Essendon forward Mark Williams and West Coast's Callum Wilson are free to play in the AFL pre-season Cup semi-finals after pleading guilty to striking charges and receiving reprimands.

Former Hawk Williams accepted the reprimand and 70.31 points towards his future record for striking Melbourne forward Liam Jurrah in Thursday's NAB Cup quarter-final.

Wilson had 93.75 points added to his record for striking Gold Coast's Nathan Krakouer in Sunday's match in Perth.

Essendon play St Kilda in the first of the NAB Cup semis on Friday night, while the Eagles host Collingwood the following day at Patersons Stadium.

The tribunal will not be required to sit on Tuesday night after Port Adelaide key defender Alipate Carlile also entered an early guilty plea to a striking charge from Friday night's practice match against Richmond at Alice Springs.

Carlile received a reprimand and 45 points.

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