A fiery under-17 game will be heard at the Picola District Football’s independent tribunal tomorrow night.
The incident stems from a game between Katamatite and Dookie United on June 24, which resulted in an investigation taking place.
An investigation is also taking place from a north-west thirds game between Jerilderie and Picola United on July 8.
In the Goulburn Valley League, Rochester’s Tim Letcher has accepted an early plea for striking Euroa’s Marcus Varley in the Tigers’ thumping win at Moon Oval on Saturday.
The match review panel assessed the strike as intentional conduct, low impact and high contact making it a two-week sanction — but by pleading guilty Letcher only received one week.
In the reserves, Mooroopna’s Chris Kendall accepted a one-week ban for striking Seymour’s Hayden Szczykulski.
There was also a report in the Shepparton District Junior Football League Youth Girls competition, with a Mooroopna and a Shepparton United player each accepting one-week penalties for striking each other.