Greater Western Sydney’s Jeremy Cameron has been condemned for an “absolutely disgusting” hit on Brisbane’s Harris Andrews that knocked the young Lion out.
Cameron collected Andrews with what appeared to be a late elbow to the face as both players contested a high ball during the first quarter of Saturday’s clash at the Gabba.
The ugly incident marred a closely contested first quarter and left Andrews motionless on the Gabba turf.
There was concern all around the stadium the Lions man was taken from the ground on a medicab.
Boos rang around the ground moments later when Cameron booted a goal to put the Giants in front during a tight opening quarter.
The incident left fans fuming on social media, with calls for Cameron to be given a hefty ban over the incident.
Absolutely disgusting. Suspended for the rest of the season surely. INTENTIONAL.
— Matt Porter (@MattPorter95) June 23, 2018
Let’s be clear. It wasn’t a collision. It was a deliberate elbow to the face by a filthy animal. Who is still standing on our ground.
— Hassa (@Haich44) June 23, 2018
Thuggery. Nuff said. Enjoy your five week holiday.
— JohnBon20 (@LeftFootGolfer) June 23, 2018
I’m a Jeremy Cameron fan but he can get nothing less than 4 weeks for that!! #AFLLionsGiants
— Peter Helliar (@pjhelliar) June 23, 2018
Jeremy Cameron has just earned himself at least a month-long holiday. Disgusting hit on Harris Andrews which totally changes the complexion of the game. One of the key match-ups. #AFLLionsGiants
— Vince Rugari (@VinceRugari) June 23, 2018