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Geelong's Ottens accepts AFL ban

12/07/2011 02:12:45 PM Comments (0)

Geelong ruckman Brad Ottens has accepted his one-match AFL ban for striking West Coast utility Mark Nicoski.

The suspension will sideline Ottens for Sunday's match against Brisbane at the 'Gabba.

All 23 players charged by the match review panel this week have accepted their penalties, with most facing fines for melee involvement.

St Kilda onballer Nick Dal Santo is the most out of pocket, receiving two $2100 fines for involvement in melees during the Sunday game against Port Adelaide.

Team-mate Stephen Milne received a $2100 fine and a $1200 penalty for his part in the two melees in the third term.

Richmond ruckman Tyrone Vickery received an $1800 penalty for starting the quarter-time scuffle in Saturday night's match against Essendon.

He also received a $1200 fine for melee involvement.

West Coast ruckman Nic Naitanui accepted a reprimand and 93.75 carryover points for front-on contact with Geelong defender Josh Hunt.

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