The AFL wishes to confirm the outcomes from last night's AFL Tribunal relating to the written submissions from Richmond's Dylan Grimes, Richmond's Nick Vlastuin, Adelaide Crows' Lachlan Murphy, and Melbourne's Ed Langdon.

The AFL also advises no charges were laid from the Match Review of Monday night's Round 13 Collingwood v North Melbourne match played at The Gabba.

AFL Tribunal - Written Submission Outcomes:

Dylan Grimes, Richmond, had been charged with Staging (Fixed Financial Sanction) during the second quarter of the Round 13 match between Essendon and Richmond, played at TIO Stadium on Saturday August 22.
 
The charge was dismissed.

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Nick Vlastuin, Richmond, had been charged with Staging (Fixed Financial Sanction) during the fourth quarter of the Round 13 match between Essendon and Richmond, played at TIO Stadium on Saturday August 22.
 
The charge was dismissed.

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Lachlan Murphy, Adelaide Crows, had been charged with Rough Conduct (Dangerous Tackle) against Mark Blicavs, Geelong Cats, during the second quarter of the Round 13 match between the Adelaide Crows and Geelong Cats, played at Adelaide Oval on Sunday August 23.
 
The charge was upheld.
 
The fine is now $1500.

Ed Langdon, Melbourne, had been charged with Rough Conduct (Dangerous Tackle) against Laitham Vandermeer, Western Bulldogs, during the third quarter of the Round 13 match between the Western Bulldogs and Melbourne, played at Metricon Stadium on Saturday August 22.
 
The charge was upheld.
 
The fine is now $1500.
 
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Please note: As previously communicated, Tribunal proceedings have been simplified for challenges to financial sanctions, where at the election of the charged player, a single legally trained jury member may decide the matter on the basis of written submissions only. The charged player is not required to attend a Tribunal hearing. The AFL then communicates the outcome on behalf of the Tribunal.