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McPharlin and Otten accept reprimands

19/07/2011 01:52:00 PM Comments (0)

Fremantle key defender Luke McPharlin is free to play in Sunday's AFL derby against West Coast after submitting an early guilty plea to a rough conduct charge.

McPharlin was handed a reprimand and 70.31 points towards his future record for an incident involving Sydney's Craig Bird during the opening quarter of last weekend's clash at the SCG.

Adelaide's Andy Otten was also reprimanded and docked 60 points after pleading guilty to tripping Essendon's Stuart Crameri.

Fremantle utility Adam McPhee ($2100), teammate Nick Lower and Sydney duo Shane Mumford and Ben McGlynn (all $1200) were all fined for engaging in a melee during the third quarter of the match at the SCG.

And Bird was slugged $900 after pleading guilty to making negligent contact with an umpire.

The tribunal was not required to sit on Tuesday night.

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