Two Cats accept sanctions for rough conduct

TWO CATS have accepted reprimands from the Match Review Officer after round six of the AFLW season.

Draftee defender Denby Taylor was charged with rough conduct against Fremantle skipper Kara Donnellan during the fourth quarter of the Cats' 36-point loss to the Dockers.

The incident was graded as careless conduct with low impact to the head.

Teammate Georgie Rankin also accepted a reprimand with an early guilty plea, after being charged with rough conduct against Freo forward Ashlee Atkins.

It was also assessed as careless conduct with low impact to the head.

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Two other incidents were also looked at, with no action taken:

- A clash of heads between Carlton hardnut Jess Hosking and Brisbane forward Kate McCarthy was looked at, which left McCarthy with a broken nose. Hosking was attempting to handpass and braced for a tackle from McCarthy, with the head clash ruled as accidental

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- A Chelsea Randall bump on Jacinda Barclay, which sidelined the Giant with an injured collarbone, was assessed. The bump was ruled to be within five metres of the ball, with contact predominantly to the body with insufficient high contact to be an offence.