Pow pow Jones avoids suspension

Zak Jones has tested the validity of the AFL's recent "clamp down" claims, by going pow POW against the Hawks, not once, but twice whacking Hawthorn players.

The most obvious one was striking Luke Bruest, while picking himself up off the ground and Bruest was kneeling above him.

It wasn't a great look from Zak and certainly doesn't help his cause if he's picked up for it again, sanctioned with a $1,500 fine and a few demerit points.


Team mate Heath Grundy also escaped sanction for a bit of a loose run-by-cheapy on Hodge. He went a little high on the bump and grazed his cheek as it bounced off his shoulder.

Lite'n'Easy Luke Hodge took to twitter after the match to defend his irascible nature, proving that he's a bit of a twit.


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