Eagles pair to face tribunal

Eagles pair to face tribunal
By Eurosport

10/07/2012 at 13:17Updated 10/07/2012 at 13:18

Greater Western Sydney's Jeremy Cameron and West Coast pair Luke Shuey and Quinten Lynch will contest charges laid by the AFL's match review panel at the tribunal on Tuesday night.

Cameron has been charged with a level-two striking offence against Hawthorn's Clinton Young which carries a penalty of 125 demerit points and a one-match sanction which would make the Giants' youngster ineligible for the Rising Star Award.

Shuey is contesting a three-match ban for striking North Melbourne's Lindsay Thomas in the groin as he stood the mark during Saturday's round-15 clash in Hobart. Shuey could have accepted a two-match ban.

Lynch is facing a one-game suspension for tripping North's Shaun Atley.

Collingwood's Sharrod Wellingham (three matches) and Geelong's Jimmy Bartel (two) will miss Saturday night's grand final re-match at the MCG after accepting suspensions for rough conduct and striking respectively.

Essendon midfielder Heath Hocking has accepted a two-game ban for rough conduct against St Kilda's Lenny Hayes.

Richmond's Matt White has accepted a three-match sanction for making forceful contact from front on against Melbourne's James Frawley.

White also accepted a reprimand and 93.75 points towards his future record for striking Melbourne's Luke Tapscott.

Melbourne defender James Frawley accepted a reprimand and 70.31 points towards his future record for striking Richmond's Robin Nahas.

And Demons' forward Lynden Dunn is out for one match for striking Richmond's Luke McGuane.

Collingwood's Jackson Paine accepted a reprimand and 60 points towards his future record for tripping Carlton's Mitch Robinson.