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MRO nabs Cats duo

April 21, 2024 6:21 pm in by
Geelong midfielder Brandan Parfitt. (Jason Borys/Pixled Sports Media)

Rejuvenated Geelong midfielder Brandan Parfitt and star forward Jeremy Cameron have been offered fines by the AFL’s Match Review Officer for incidents in last (Saturday) night’s win over the Brisbane Lions.

Parfitt can accept a $3750 fine with an early guilty plea for striking Josh Dunkley during the second quarter of the 26-point victory.

His second striking offence, it was assessed as intentional conduct, low impact and body contact.

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Cameron came under scrutiny for tripping Hugh McCluggage during the third quarter.

Like Parfitt, it was intentional conduct, low impact and body contact.

He can accept a $2500 fine with an early guilty plea.

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