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Dockers penalised but free to play Lions
Dockers penalised but free to play Lions

Another two AFL sanctions for Fremantle but both Zac Dawson and Michael Barlow will be available to face Brisbane and Patersons Stadium on Saturday.

Dawson can accept a reprimand for kneeing Richmond's Jack Riewoldt at the MCG last Saturday while Barlow was fined $1950 for "reckless" umpire contact.

But Dawson will be left with 97.5 carryover points that will be attached to any further sanctions.

It the latest action against Dockers players in what has been a tumultuous time for the club at the league's judiciary level.

There was better news for Hawthorn and Collingwood with reports on Cyril Rioli and Marley Williams thrown out by the match review panel.

Both incidents were deemed not to be of sufficient force for a report.

Carlton's Dennis Armfield was fined $900 for rough conduct towards Hawthorn's Grant Birchall.

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