North Melbourne's Marley Williams has been offered a two-game ban by the AFL's match review officer for a head-high bump.
And Brisbane captain Dayne Zorko, teammate Connor McFadyen and Adelaide's Matt Crouch have been offered fines after being cited for weekend incidents.
Marley Williams has been offered a two-game ban for his bump on the Western Bulldogs’ Ed Richards.Credit:AAP
Match review officer Michael Christian's ruling on Williams' contact on Western Bulldog Ed Richards could set a season-long precedent for high bumps.
Williams was reported on the spot.
Christian graded his contact on the Bulldogs utility as careless with high impact and high contact, resulting in a two-match suspension.
Adelaide midfielder Crouch was charged with rough conduct after a block which stunned Melbourne onballer Clayton Oliver in their Saturday fixture.
Crouch was offered a $3000 fine, reduced to $2000 with an early guilty plea, with Christian ruling it was careless conduct with low impact.
Matt Crouch was charged with rough conduct.Credit:Getty Images
Lions skipper Zorko was fined $4000, reduced to $2500 with an early guilty plea, for misconduct.
Zorko pushed Port Adelaide's Kane Farrell near a boundary line, with Farrell colliding with a trainer on the other side of the boundary.
The incident was a fourth misconduct offence for Zorko, leading to a maximum $4000 fine.
Brisbane's McFadyen was cited for rough conduct against Port's Dan Houston in their Moreton Bay pre-season game.
Christian rated McFadyen's contact as careless, low impact and high contact, resulting in a $3000 fine, reduced to $2000 with an early guilty plea.
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