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Windhager handed one game ban for careless conduct in loss to Bombers

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Saints youngster Marcus Windhager has been offered a one-game ban for rough conduct in Saturday’s narrow loss to the Bombers.

Windhager gestured to bump and caught Essendon’s Sam Durham in an incident graded careless conduct, medium impact and high contact by the match review officer. 

It’s Windhager’s first rough conduct offence in his 40-game career.

The 20-year-old has enjoyed a solid start to 2024, averaging 20 disposals per game - up from fourteen over his career.


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