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Melbourne's Bernie Vince escapes suspension while Port Adelaide's Tom Jonas cops two match ban

Sydney Morning Herald Monday, 21 August 2017
Melbourne's Bernie Vince has been escaped suspension despite being found guilty of striking Brisbane's Dayne Beams, while Port Adelaide will be without Tom Jonas for the first game of the finals.
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