Toby Greene

Injury Suspension
Banned for three matches
FGreater Western Sydney Giants
August 30, 2021
Greene was banned for three matches after making contact with an official during Saturday's contest, The Age reports.
Greene admitted to making contact with an official but claimed it was an accident. Pending appeal, Greene's season is over as there are only three weeks left to go in the season. Depending on how the Giants progress in the finals series, the star forward could miss up to two match at the start of the 2022 campaign.
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Makes contact with umpire in win
FGreater Western Sydney Giants
August 28, 2021
Greene appeared to bump into umpire Matt Stevic at three-quarter time in Saturday's 74-73 qualifying final win over Sydney at UTAS Stadium and now awaits word from the Match Review Officer as to whether the act was "intentional," reports.
Greene appeared to make contact with Stevic as he walked past him on the way to a team huddle following three-quarter time. Both the forward and GWS head coach Leon Cameron have declared that contact of any sort was "not intentional," but now await word from the MRO as to whether or not the 27 year-old will face sanction heading into a second semi-final match versus Geelong.
Picks up suspension
FGreater Western Sydney Giants
August 10, 2021
Greene earned a one-match suspension in Round 22 from the AFL Tribunal for a high hit dished out in Round 21.
Greene has been in quality form with at least two goals scored in all but one of his last seven games, but he won't be available for a match against Richmond.
High elbow could draw MRO review
FGreater Western Sydney Giants
August 6, 2021
A high elbow to the throat of Geelong's Patrick Dangerfield in Friday's upset victory of the Cats led to the latter being substituted before quarter time, then sent to the hospital for evaluation, reports.
The elbow, part of a failed attempt to shrug off a tackle by Dangerfield, seems likely to draw the attention of the Match Review Officer and could impact GWS' overall chances of advancing to the finals, this after the GIants' upset of Geelong lifted them into that AFL's top eight. Greene finished Friday's contest with 16 disposals, a game-high four goals and a single mark, behind, tackle and clearance each.
Saturday's contest postponed
FGreater Western Sydney Giants
July 30, 2021
Greene and the Giants won't play Sunday against Port Adelaide after the match was postponed, Mitch Cleary of the AFL's official site reports.
The teams will be unable to play due to COVID-19 issues in Queensland. It's not yet clear when the contest will be made up.
Reported in victory over Carlton
FGreater Western Sydney Giants
June 20, 2021
Green was reported for striking Nic Newman in an off-ball incident early in the third period of GWS' 102-66 victory over Carlton on Saturday, reports.
According to AFL,.com, Greene struck Newman in the stomach on a round arm blow early in the third quarter of Saturday's match, then went on to make contact with the reporting official. The GWS forward would ultimately close out the game tied with Lache Whitfield as the Giants' No. 2 in fantasy scoring (119 points) after accumulating 20 disposals, eight marks, four goals, two behinds and a tackle and goal assist each, but now awaits a review by the MRO to determine his overall eligibility heading into a Round 15 match-up with Hawthorn.