TIO NTFL MATCH REVIEW PANEL FULL STATEMENT: 2016/17 TIO NTFL SEASON

21.03.17

AFL Northern Territory (AFLNT) wishes to advise the Match Review Panel has reviewed all matches played on Grand Final day of the 2016/17 TIO NTFL Season.

The following charges have been laid:  
 
 
DIVISION ONE
 
Marius Clarke, St Mary’s Football Club, has been charged with striking in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18th March 2017.

Based on video evidence and umpire report, it was the view of the panel that the incident should be classified as intentional, medium impact and high contact resulting in a three-match suspension.
 
The player has a bad record within the last 12 months, and with a Grand Final loading, the sanction increases from a three-week to a six-week sanction.
 
In summary, Clarke can accept a five-match penalty as an early guilty plea.
 
 
Justin Robinson, St Mary’s Football Club, has been charged with engaging in a melee in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18thMarch 2017.

Based on video evidence it was the view of the panel that the incident should result in a one-match suspension.
 
The base sanction of one match has increased to two matches as a result of a loading applicable to offences committed during a Grand Final.
 
In summary, Robinson can accept a one-match penalty as an early guilty plea.
 
 
Russell McAdam, St Mary’s Football Club, has been charged with engaging in a melee in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18thMarch 2017.

Based on video evidence it was the view of the panel that the incident should result in a one-match suspension.
 
The base sanction of one match has increased to two matches as a result of a loading applicable to offences committed during a Grand Final.
 
In summary, McAdam can accept a one-match penalty as an early guilty plea.
 
 
Sebastian Rioli, St Mary’s Football Club, has been charged with engaging in a melee in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18thMarch 2017.

Based on video evidence it was the view of the panel that the incident should result in a one-match suspension.
 
The base sanction of one match has increased to two matches as a result of a loading applicable to offences committed during a Grand Final.
 
In summary, Rioli can accept a one-match penalty as an early guilty plea.
 
 
Jonathon Read, St Mary’s Football Club, has been charged with engaging in a melee in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18thMarch 2017.

Based on video evidence it was the view of the panel that the incident should result in a one-match suspension.
 
The base sanction of one match has increased to two matches as a result of a loading applicable to offences committed during a Grand Final.
 
In summary, Read can accept a one-match penalty as an early guilty plea.
 
 
Jayden Shea, St Mary’s Football Club, has been charged with engaging in a melee in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18thMarch 2017.

Based on video evidence it was the view of the panel that the incident should result in a one-match suspension.
 
The base sanction of one match has increased to two matches as a result of a loading applicable to offences committed during a Grand Final.
 
In summary, Shea can accept a one-match penalty as an early guilty plea.
 
 
Barama Blow, St Mary’s Football Club, has been charged with engaging in a melee in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18thMarch 2017.

Based on video evidence it was the view of the panel that the incident should result in a one-match suspension.
 
The base sanction of one match has increased to two matches as a result of a loading applicable to offences committed during a Grand Final.
 
In summary, Blow can accept a one-match penalty as an early guilty plea.
 
 
Zachary Robinson, St Mary’s Football Club, has been charged with engaging in a melee in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18thMarch 2017.

Based on video evidence it was the view of the panel that the incident should result in a one-match suspension.
 
The base sanction of one match has increased to two matches as a result of a loading applicable to offences committed during a Grand Final.
 
In summary, Robinson can accept a one-match penalty as an early guilty plea.
 
 
Sebastian Rioli, St Mary’s Football Club, has been charged with kneeing in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18th March 2017.

Based on video evidence it was the view of the panel that the incident should be classified as intentional, low impact and body contact resulting in a one-match suspension.
 
The base sanction of one match has increased to two matches as a result of a loading applicable to offences committed during a Grand Final.
 
In summary, Rioli can accept a one-match penalty as an early guilty plea.
 
 
Benedict Mahon, Waratah Football Club, has been charged with engaging in a melee in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18thMarch 2017.

Based on video evidence it was the view of the panel that the incident should result in a one-match suspension.
 
The base sanction of one match has increased to two matches as a result of a loading applicable to offences committed during a Grand Final.
 
In summary, Mahon can accept a one-match penalty as an early guilty plea.
 
 
Josh Westerberg, Waratah Football Club, has been charged with engaging in a melee in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18thMarch 2017.

Based on video evidence it was the view of the panel that the incident should result in a one-match suspension.
 
The base sanction of one match has increased to two matches as a result of a loading applicable to offences committed during a Grand Final.
 
In summary, Westerberg can accept a one-match penalty as an early guilty plea.
 
 
Dustin Gordon, Waratah Football Club, has been charged with engaging in a melee in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18thMarch 2017.

Based on video evidence it was the view of the panel that the incident should result in a one-match suspension.
 
The base sanction of one match has increased to two matches as a result of a loading applicable to offences committed during a Grand Final.
 
In summary, Gordon can accept a one-match penalty as an early guilty plea.
 
 
Samual Crawley, Waratah Football Club, has been charged with engaging in a melee in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18thMarch 2017.

Based on video evidence it was the view of the panel that the incident should result in a one-match suspension.
 
The base sanction of one match has increased to two matches as a result of a loading applicable to offences committed during a Grand Final.
 
In summary, Crawley can accept a one-match penalty as an early guilty plea.
 
 
Frankie Robinson, Waratah Football Club, has been charged with engaging in a melee in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18thMarch 2017.

Based on video evidence it was the view of the panel that the incident should result in a one-match suspension.
 
The base sanction of one match has increased to two matches as a result of a loading applicable to offences committed during a Grand Final.
 
In summary, Robinson can accept a one-match penalty as an early guilty plea.
 
 
Jack Fallon, Waratah Football Club, has been charged with engaging in a melee in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18th March 2017.

Based on video evidence it was the view of the panel that the incident should result in a one-match suspension.
 
The base sanction of one match has increased to two matches as a result of a loading applicable to offences committed during a Grand Final.
 
In summary, Fallon can accept a one-match penalty as an early guilty plea.
 
 
Daniel Simpson, Waratah Football Club, has been charged with engaging in a melee in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18thMarch 2017.

Based on video evidence it was the view of the panel that the incident should result in a one-match suspension.
 
The base sanction of one match has increased to two matches as a result of a loading applicable to offences committed during a Grand Final.
 
In summary, Simpson can accept a one-match penalty as an early guilty plea.
 
 
Kyle McBean, Waratah Football Club, has been charged with engaging in a melee in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18th March 2017.

Based on video evidence it was the view of the panel that the incident should result in a one-match suspension.
 
The base sanction of one match has increased to two matches as a result of a loading applicable to offences committed during a Grand Final.
 
In summary, McBean can accept a one-match penalty as an early guilty plea.

 

Jordan Ives, Waratah Football Club, has been charged with engaging in a melee in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18th March 2017.

Based on video evidence it was the view of the panel that the incident should result in a one-match suspension.
 
The base sanction of one match has increased to two matches as a result of a loading applicable to offences committed during a Grand Final.
 
In summary, Ives can accept a one-match penalty as an early guilty plea.

 

Jack Dehne, Waratah Football Club, has been charged with engaging in a melee in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18th March 2017.

Based on video evidence it was the view of the panel that the incident should result in a one-match suspension.
 
The base sanction of one match has increased to two matches as a result of a loading applicable to offences committed during a Grand Final.
 
In summary, Dehne can accept a one-match penalty as an early guilty plea.


Benedict Mahon, Waratah Football Club, has been charged with striking in the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Oval on Saturday 18th March 2017.

Based on video evidence it was the view of the panel that the incident should be classified as intentional, low impact and high contact resulting in a two-match suspension.
 
The base sanction of two matches has increased to three matches as a result of a loading applicable to offences committed during a Grand Final.
 
In summary, Mahon can accept a two-match penalty as an early guilty plea.