Darley’s Abe Kur appeal to be heard by AFL Vic on Wednesday

Abe Kur

Abe Kur

Darley ruckman Abe Kur’s appeal against a two-match suspension will be heard by the AFL Victoria country appeals board at Princes Park in Carlton on Wednesday.

An AFL Goldfields tribunal suspended Kurr after finding him guilty of having intentionally kneed a spectator in an on-field incident after Darley’s senior match at Darley Park on Saturday, June 30.

The ban takes his total number of suspensions to 16 matches since attaining the age of 16 years - the number of games at which under AFL Victoria rules a player “shall be automatically deregistered and not allowed further registration with the same or another club or league”.

He will miss the Devils’ clash with Bacchus Marsh in the BFL on Saturday.