Glenorchy and Clarence football clubs are breathing a sigh of relief after two of their players were cleared to play on Saturday at the State League tribunal.
Both referred to the independent body after seperate incidents with a lack of evidence, Glenorchy's Aiden Grace and Clarence's Zac Buechner were given the all clear on Tuesday night.
Grace, who is a shared leader of the State League player of the year, was sent before the tribunal for what was found to be a low-level strike on Lauderdale's Edward Trupp.
The flashy Glenorchy star was handed with a reprimand and will line up for the Magpies as they take on in-form North Hobart.
Clarence's Buechner entered a not guilty plea for striking in an off-ball incident with Tigers centre-half forward, Tyler Carter.
After hearing evidence given by both players and the nearest officiating umpire, the charge was thrown out and Buechner's plea was supported, leaving him to face North Launceston when Clarence return from the bye.
Earlier, Magpie Liam Smith and Tiger Luke Graham both accepted three match bans for rough conduct.
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