David Harrison tribunal hearing postponed

ANXIOUS WAIT: Bridgewater ruckman David Harrison has had his tribunal hearing that will impact on his grand final availability postponed until next Tuesday night.

ANXIOUS WAIT: Bridgewater ruckman David Harrison has had his tribunal hearing that will impact on his grand final availability postponed until next Tuesday night.

BRIDGEWATER ruckman David Harrison’s anxious wait to learn if he will be available for the Loddon Valley league grand final has been extended into next week.

Harrison was due to face the Loddon Valley league tribunal on Wednesday night after he was reported by a goal umpire for engaging in rough conduct against Calivil United’s Sam Green during the third quarter of last Saturday’s second semi-final.

However, with Green unavailable to give evidence, the decision was made to postpone the hearing until next Tuesday night.

Bridgewater won its way through to its eighth-straight senior grand final with a nine-point win over Calivil United.

The Demons and Newbridge will clash in the preliminary final this Saturday at Maiden Gully for the right to meet Bridgewater in the grand final on September 2.

Meanwhile, Kangaroo Flat’s Nathan McHugh was cleared of “carelessly charging” Sandhurst’s Alex Wharton during last Saturday’s Bendigo league senior match at the QEO.