GEELONG star Tom Stewart has been sent straight to the Tribunal for his bump on Richmond's Dion Prestia on Saturday.

Stewart concussed Prestia with a bump in the first quarter of the Cats' enthralling three-point win at the MCG.


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Stewart in hot water after Prestia KO'd in this incident

Tom Stewart will face a nervous wait after a high bump knocks out Dion Prestia

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The three-time All-Australian will face the tribunal and is set to miss at least three games after the bump was graded as careless conduct, severe impact and high contact by the Match Review Officer (MRO).

Stewart is set to miss, at least, the Cats' clashes against North Melbourne, Melbourne and Carlton.

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Stewart's 'ugly act' should receive severe verdict

The Round So Far discuss the likely MRO outcome from Tom Stewart's bump on Dion Prestia

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The defender conceded to coach Chris Scott he made an error.

Cats star Jeremy Cameron and Richmond's Marlion Pickett can accept $1,000 sanctions for wrestling.

Meanwhile, St Kilda's Zak Jones escaped punishment for his bump on Luke Parker in the Saints' 51-point loss to Sydney, with his actions deemed "not unreasonable in the circumstances".

The MRO found Jones was "in a near stationary position and turns to brace for contact".

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Is Jones in trouble for this high bump?

Zak Jones may find himself in hot water with the MRO after this high bump on Luke Parker during the first term

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Fremantle star Nat Fyfe faces no punishment for making contact with an umpire during the Dockers' 31-point defeat to Carlton after he was pushed by Matthew Cottrell.

Fyfe's "actions did not constitute a reportable offence", according to the MRO.

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Final-break fireworks with Fyfe touching the umpire

Dockers skipper Nat Fyfe finds himself in the middle of a heated three-quarter-time clash

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