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Erskine offered ban

Jordan Erskine in action for Anglesea in 2019. (Sports Media Image/Marcel Berens)

JORDAN Erskine may have to wait another week to make his 50th appearance for Anglesea after being offered a suspension for an incident in Saturday’s loss to Torquay.

The AFL Barwon Match Review Panel has charged the star forward with intentionally striking Tigers defender Ben McNamara and handed out a one-week suspension.

If Erskine accepts the suspension, ruling him out of this week’s clash with Geelong Amateur, it will be the first time he has missed a game for Anglesea since arriving at the club in 2018.

Thomson co-coach Sam Jacka may find himself guiding his players from the sidelines in Round 8 of the GDFL season after he was also offered a one-week suspension.

Jacka was reported during the third quarter of the Tigers’ loss to Geelong West at Godfrey Street for rough conduct on Giant Joseph Bangura.

Portarlington’s Ben Deluca faces a two-week holiday after being charged with intentionally kneeing Queenscliff’s Sean Holroyd.

The Match Review Panel also assessed five incidents but took no action.

They attempted to review the vision of an alleged incident between St Mary’s star Ben Moloney and Newtown & Chilwell captain Matt McMahon during the first quarter of the draw between the Saints and Eagles at Anthony Costa Oval.

However, the alleged incident wasn’t captured on the match footage.

The MRP deemed contact between Newcomb’s Steve Scolaro and Drysdale’s Sam Fleming during the second quarter of the Hawks’ win at Mortimer Oval was an accidental head clash.

Queenscliff’s Che Durran is in the clear after the MRP looked at a potentially dangerous tackle on Portarlington’s Brock Wells.

The MRP deemed the tackle to be fair, and no charge has been laid.

Inverleigh duo Daniel Grozdanovski and Patrick Kelly are both in the clear after the vision of potential rough conduct incidents from the Hawks’ big win over Winchelsea were looked at.

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