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Ammo offered ban

GEELONG Amateur’s loss to Queenscliff has been further soured with Jack Scarlett offered a two-week suspension for rough conduct on Couta Justin Maher.

Scarlett was reported in the final quarter of the clash at Queenscliff Recreation Reserve and offered a set penalty.

After the AFL Match Review Panel viewed the incident, it deemed the two-week suspension appropriate.

Newcomb’s Kieren Bourke is also facing a two-week holiday over a dangerous tackle on Barwon Ollie Wiltshire in the first quarter of the Power’s loss to the Seagulls at Howard Harmer Oval.

The news was better for North Shore veteran Aaron Seller, who had no case to answer for a bump on Leopold’s Paddy Norton during the first quarter of the Seagulls’ loss at Memorial Park.

The officiating umpires asked the MRP to view the incident, who deemed the action to be fair.

The MRP also looked at a possible striking incident from Belmont Lions’ win over Corio at VIVA Energy Oval, with contact to the chest of a Devil coming from an accidental knee.

Meanwhile, no reports were laid following melees in the Leopold-North Shore and Geelong West-Werribee Centrals matchups.

However, they have warned all four clubs that future indiscretions could attract a fine.

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