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Giant, Centurion to face tribunal

Geelong West defender Cam Addie will face the AFL Barwon Tribunal on Wednesday night. (Sports Media Image/Marcel Berens)

GEELONG West veteran Cam Addie and Werribee Centrals young gun Daryl Chesterman will face the AFL Barwon Tribunal on Wednesday night after being reported for striking each other in Saturday’s twilight clash at Galvin Park.

Addie, who re-joined the Giants after a successful stint at Bell Post Hill, and Chesterman were both booked for carelessly striking during the third quarter of West’s 30-point win, with the alleged incidents referred straight to the tribunal.

Chesterman’s Centurions teammate Zac Anthony will also face the music after being reported and yellow carded for carelessly striking Giant Alex Blair.

The AFL Barwon Match Review Panel also looked at footage of alleged rough conduct by Chesterman on West’s Michael Leamer but found the Centurion had no case to answer.

The MRP also looked at incidents from the Newtown & Chilwell -St Albans and North Shore-Colac GFL matches.

Both the Eagles and Supersaints have been fined $225 for their involvement in a melee.

Newtown & Chilwell duo Regan Grimwood and Cam Fowler were both the subject of vision reviews for rough conduct.

However, Grimwood’s contact with St Albans’ Jack Beardsell was deemed accidental, while Fowler’s alleged rough conduct on Zac Smith wasn’t captured on the vision.

At Windsor Park, the Seagulls and Tigers were cleared of being involved in a melee, while Colac star Jarryn McCormack’s sling tackle on North Shore’s Alex Bowd was given the all-clear, with a free kick paid at the time.

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