TIO NTFL TRIBUNAL RESULTS – Grand Final

23.03.17

AFL Northern Territory wishes to advise the Tribunal sat on Wednesday 22 March 2017 to hear charges from the Men’s Division One of the TIO NTFL Competition.

TIO NTFL MEN’S DIVISION ONE

The Tribunal heard the charge of striking by Benedict Mahon of Waratah Football Club during the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Men's Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Stadium on Saturday 18 March 2017.

In summary, Mahon was found guilty of striking. 

Based on the evidence available, the Tribunal upheld the incident as intentional conduct, low impact and high contact, resulting in a two-match penalty.

He has until 5pm tomorrow (Thursday) to lodge an appeal. 

 

The Tribunal heard the charge of engaging in a melee by Benedict Mahon of Waratah Football Club during the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Men's Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Stadium on Saturday 18 March 2017.

In summary, Mahon was found not guilty of engaging in a melee. 

  

The Tribunal heard the charge of engaging in a melee by Jordan Ives of Waratah Football Club during the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Men's Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Stadium on Saturday 18 March 2017.

In summary, Ives was found guilty of engaging in a melee. 

Based on the evidence available, the Tribunal upheld the finding, resulting in a one-match penalty.

He has until 5pm tomorrow (Thursday) to lodge an appeal. 

   

The Tribunal heard the charge of engaging in a melee by Jack Fallon of Waratah Football Club during the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Men's Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Stadium on Saturday 18 March 2017.

In summary, Fallon was found guilty of engaging in a melee. 

Based on the evidence available, the Tribunal upheld the finding, resulting in a one-match penalty.

He has until 5pm tomorrow (Thursday) to lodge an appeal. 

 

The Tribunal heard the charge of engaging in a melee by Josh Westerberg of Waratah Football Club during the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Men's Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Stadium on Saturday 18 March 2017.

In summary, Westerberg was found not guilty of engaging in a melee. 

 

The Tribunal heard the charge of engaging in a melee by Dustin Gordon of Waratah Football Club during the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Men's Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Stadium on Saturday 18 March 2017.

In summary, Gordon was found guilty of engaging in a melee. 

Based on the evidence available, the Tribunal upheld the finding, resulting in a one-match penalty.

He has until 5pm tomorrow (Thursday) to lodge an appeal. 

  

The Tribunal heard the charge of engaging in a melee by Justin Robinson of St Mary’s Football Club during the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Men's Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Stadium on Saturday 18 March 2017.

In summary, Robinson was found not guilty of engaging in a melee.

 

The Tribunal heard the charge of engaging in a melee by Jonathon Read of St Mary’s Football Club during the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Men's Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Stadium on Saturday 18 March 2017.

In summary, Read was found not guilty of engaging in a melee.

 

The Tribunal heard the charge of engaging in a melee by Russell McAdam of St Mary’s Football Club during the fourth quarter of the TIO NTFL Men's Division One Grand Final between Waratah Football Club and St Mary’s Football Club at TIO Stadium on Saturday 18 March 2017.

In summary, McAdam was found not guilty of engaging in a melee.