SPARKY Adelaide forward Ailish Considine is free to play in the AFLW Grand Final after accepting a reprimand with an early guilty plea for rough conduct.
The Irishwoman, who has kicked three goals in the past two weeks, came under scrutiny for two incidents during Adelaide's thumping 66-point preliminary final win over Geelong.
The rough conduct charge was against Cat Danielle Orr during the third term and was assessed as careless with low impact and high contact.
A Considine tackle on young Geelong defender Georgia Clarke was also looked at, but the MRO concluded the tackle was "not unreasonable in the circumstances".
Adelaide play Carlton in the AFLW Grand Final on Sunday at Adelaide Oval.