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Goodes accepts reprimand for tripping

24/05/2011 11:46:59 AM Comments (0)

Sydney's Adam Goodes has accepted a reprimand from the AFL's Match Review Panel for tripping Hawthorn's Brent Guerra.

The dual Brownlow Medallist remains eligible for this year's award after receiving a reprimand and 66 points towards his future record.

Carlton's Brock McLean, Richmond's Dylan Grimes, Melbourne's Joel MacDonald and Fremantle's Stephen Hill have also lodged early-guilty pleas and are free to play this weekend.

McLean accepted a $900 sanction for making negligent contact with umpire Chris Donlon during the first quarter of the round-nine match against Geelong at Etihad Stadium on Friday night.

Hill pleaded guilty to making negligent contact with umpire Stuart Wenn during the third quarter of the game against Port Adelaide at AAMI Stadium on Saturday and also accepted a $900 sanction.

MacDonald has been fined $900 for wrestling St Kilda's Nick Winmar during the half-time break of Saturday's game at Etihad Stadium.

Grimes accepted a reprimand and 60 points towards his future record for tripping Essendon's Leroy Jetta during the third quarter of Saturday night's clash at the MCG.

The AFL Tribunal will not sit on Tuesday night as no players are contesting charges.

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