Steven May Offered One Match Ban

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11 March 2019

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Melbourne recruit Steven May has been offered a one match suspension for his high bump on Brisbane’s Jarrod Berry.

May’s hit on Berry was assessed as careless conduct, with medium impact to the head.

 

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Freo’s Brandon Matera has also been offered a one match ban for striking West Coast’s Jake Waterman.

Six others charges were laid, with Port Adelaide’s Todd Marshall, Hawthorn’s Liam Shiels and St Kilda’s Dean Kent all stung $2000, while Clayton Oliver can cop $1500 for striking Jarryd Lyons.

Demon Aaron vandenBerg has been fined $3000 in total for two separate incidents — $2000 for striking Lachie Neale and $1000 for making careless contact with umpire David Harris.

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