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Cat pair charged with careless contact

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Charlie Constable celebrates kicking a goal against the Crows. - Geelong Cats,Tim Kelly,Charlie Constable
Charlie Constable celebrates kicking a goal against the Crows.

GEELONG midfielders Tim Kelly and Charlie Constable have been charged with making careless contact with umpires in Thursday night's win over Adelaide. 

Both players can accept $1000 fines for early guilty pleas for their first offence.

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Constable was cited in the opening quarter for contact with Brett Rosebury, and Kelly was charged for making contact with Andrew Stephens.

The AFL announced a crackdown on umpire contact in December, with Match Review Officer Michael Christian given more power to slap players with fines for incidental contact.

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