Saturday’s (04/07/2015) second AFL 2015 Round 14 match is between Gold Coast Suns and North Melbourne Kangaroos. The opening bounce is set to commence at 16:35 local time with the game to be played at Metricon Stadium. The away team North Melbourne Kangaroos are the favourites for the match. View our preview and teams for the game between Gold Coast Suns and North Melbourne Kangaroos.
When: 16:35 | Saturday 04/07/2015
Where: Metricon Stadium
Tip: North Melbourne Kangaroos at $1.27
Value Tip: First Goalscorer: Dixon, Charlie at $11.00
B Sam Day, Henry Schade, Adam Saad
HB Kade Kolodjashnij, Steven May, Trent McKenzie
C Luke Russell, Gary Ablett, Nick Malceski
HF David Swallow, Tom J. Lynch, Andrew Boston
F Keegan Brooksby, Charlie Dixon, Touk Miller
FOL Tom Nicholls, Michael Rischitelli, Mitch Hallahan
I/C Alex Sexton, Aaron Hall, Brandon Matera, Jesse Lonergan
EMG Zac Smith, Matt Shaw, Seb Tape
IN Gary Ablett, David Swallow, Keegan Brooksby, Aaron Hall
OUT Andrew Raines, Jarrod Harbrow, Harley Bennell, Sean Lemmens.
B Sam Wright, Robbie Tarrant, Michael Firrito
HB Nick Dal Santo, Scott D. Thompson, Lachlan Hansen
C Ben Jacobs, Ben Cunnington, Jamie Macmillan
HF Brent Harvey, Jarrad Waite, Shaun Higgins
F Lindsay Thomas, Drew Petrie, Majak Daw
FOL Todd Goldstein, Jack Ziebell, Andrew Swallow
I/C Trent Dumont, Shaun Atley, Robin Nahas, Sam Gibson
EMG Ryan Bastinac, Aaron Mullett, Luke McDonald
IN Majak Daw
OUT Ben Brown.
North Melbourne AFL coach Brad Scott will not face any charges over an alleged assault at Blundstone Arena in Hobart.
Tasmania Police launched an investigation into an incident that occurred in May during the Kangaroos’ win over Richmond in round six.
A security guard at the ground alleged Scott had kicked him, with the coach later formally interviewed by police over the matter.
However, Tasmania Police announced on Friday they had concluded their probe and would not be laying charges.
“Following legal advice, there will be no further action in relation to a complaint made about an assault at Blundstone Arena,” a Tasmania Police statement read.
“The complainant alleged that he was kicked in the back while sitting down and was left with redness and soreness.
“The legal advice was that, based on the evidence available, there would have been little prospect of conviction.”
Scott is on personal leave from the club as he recovers from back surgery.
He spoke briefly about the incident with reporters soon after the probe was launched and proclaimed his innocence.
“Things will come out in the wash-up,” Scott said in May.
“All I can say is I absolutely welcome an investigation and look forward to putting the facts into the story.”
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