As Darren Winter's and Taylor Whitford's men went toe-to-toe, only one player committed an offence worthy of suspension by the State League's review panel.
North Launceston's Dakota Bannister was found guilty of striking Lauderdale's Ethan Whish-Wilson after collecting his opponent with a jumper punch in the opening minutes of Saturday's clash.
Found to be low impact, high contact and of an intentional nature, the Northern hard-nut was offered a two-week sentence to be reduced to one with an early plea, which was accepted, meaning he will miss Saturday's North Hobart match-up at Invermay Park.
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Bannister's wasn't the only incident cited by the review panel within the Bombers derby with two separate melees looked at and decided that no further action was required.
Whitford was also put under the microscope for high contact against Sam Burge with the offence thrown out due to insufficient force and North Launceston speedster Jack Rushton was offered a week for high contact on Mitch Anderton, which was then reduced to a reprimand thanks to an early plea.
Launceston's victory at Bellerive Oval also featured on the panel's agenda as former Blue Ethan Jackson was referred for making high contact towards Tim Bristow, which was thrown out due to its accidental nature.
In a common theme across the weekend, a melee between the two clubs was also cited for inspection but joined the two Bombers incidents in the 'no further action' pile.
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