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Mitch Oxborrow suspended for spittingvideo

Broadmeadow Magic appear likely toappeal after former Newcastle, Perth and Brisbane A-League player Mitch Oxborrow was suspended five matchesfor spitting at an opposition player.
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PUNISHED: Mitch Oxborrow, left, in action for Broadmeadow on May 13 against the Newcastle Jets Youth at Magic Park. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Northern NSW Football chief executive David Eland confirmed the sanction on Wednesday following a hearing on Tuesday night.

The suspension covers league and FFA Cup matches, meaning Oxborrow will miss the final three rounds of Broadmeadow’s Northern NSW NPL season and the first leg of their semi-final, provided they qualify. Broadmeadow are third on 32 points, six points clear of fifth spot.

The 23-year-oldwill also miss Magic’s round of 16 FFA Cup match, to be played between August 21-29,then be available for thesecond leg of their likely NPL semi-final.He has seven days to appeal the sanction.

Broadmeadow president Steve Foteff said the club were weighing up anappeal.

“We’ve got a meeting this evening and we’re considering the appeal process,” Foteff said on Wednesday.

Under NNSWF regulations, the appeal, or grievance, carries with it a $1000 non-refundable fee. An independent legal expert is hired to oversee grievance hearings, which can consider video evidence.

TheHeraldtried to gain comment from Oxborrow.

The ban comes after Adamstown lodged a complaint, which the Herald revealed on July 18, against Oxborrow following their match at Magic Park.Rosebud alleged Oxborrow spat at Alex Graham in the 71stminute.

In BarTV footage, Oxborrow is seen runningpast Graham about the 70:35 mark and back into position for an Adamstown goal kick after he was wide with a shot and knocked to the ground. Rosebud players gestured and spoke to referee James Cleal, whodid not see the incident or include the allegation in his report.

“Following last night’s hearing at the Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility, a disciplinary panel determined that Broadmeadow Magic playerMitchell Oxborrow breached the National Code of Conduct in round 17 of the National Premier League (NPL) NNSW first grade fixture against Adamstown Rosebud FC on Sunday15 July by bringing the game into disrepute,” a statement from NNSWF read.

“Oxborrow has been suspended for five matches to be served as a consecutive sentence in official matches. The player is ineligible to represent the club in ensuing NPL NNSW and FFA Cup fixtures. The player may appeal the sanction within sevendays in accordance with FFA Grievance Regulations.”

Disciplinary commissioner Bill Moncrieff received submissions from relevant partieslast week and considered them before calling for a hearing. An independent panel gathered additional evidence, including interviews with Oxborrow and Graham, on Tuesday night before making its determination on Wednesday. TheHeraldunderstands footage of the incident was not viewed at the hearing. NNSWF’spolicy is not to use video evidence in disciplinary matters.

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