Sport Murray cleared for AFL Anzac Day debut

12:16  14 april  2018
12:16  14 april  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Murray cleared for AFL Anzac Day debut . While Adelaide captain Taylor Walker is 00 out of pocket, Collingwood youngster Sam Murray was cleared over an incident in the AFL win over Adelaide.

Melbourne Football Club are the club of the city and play an exciting and attacking brand of Football . . MCC Cricket awards night. 59 in the 2016 national draft, Cameron Polson will make his AFL debut on Friday night when the Blues take on Prior to the first bounce, a formal Anzac Day observance

While Adelaide captain Taylor Walker is $2000 out of pocket, Collingwood youngster Sam Murray was cleared over an incident in the AFL win over Adelaide. © Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images While Adelaide captain Taylor Walker is $2000 out of pocket, Collingwood youngster Sam Murray was cleared over an incident in the AFL win over Adelaide. Young Collingwood dasher Sam Murray will make his AFL Anzac Day debut after being cleared of an incident in Friday night's win over Adelaide.

Murray made high contact with Crows forward Mitch McGovern in the third quarter at Adelaide Oval.

Match reviewer Michael Christian ruled the two players, coming from opposite directions, were going for the ball and Murray had braced himself for contact.

Murray has impressed since making his AFL debut in round one and will be part of the Magpies' defence in the April 25 clash with Essendon.

Crows captain Taylor Walker faces a $2000 fine for striking Collingwood midfielder Adam Treloar, while Adelaide's Darcy Fogarty escaped sanction for his contact with Collingwood's Ben Crocker.

Comment: Anzac Day clash is a great AFL tradition, but it should not just be Collingwood and Essendon .
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