A busy week at the tribunal could be on the cards after a string of reports marred Saturday’s football action.
Each of the region’s four leagues featured a report, with four matters from the Goulburn Valley League headlining the list.
Kyabram’s Axel Childs has been offered a one-week ban for carelessly striking Tatura’s Jaydan Thewma, an incident that had him yellow-carded.
Thewma left the field after taking an elbow to his head and took no further part in the contest after suffering a concussion.
It was one of four Tatura injuries that had the side finish the game with 17 men on the field.
Multiple umpires reported Mooroopna’s Jayedon Hexter for engaging in rough conduct against Shepparton Swans player Jordan Murphy.
Hexter has been offered a two-match suspension for the incident.
Mansfield’s James Herridge has also been offered a one-game ban for carelessly striking Euroa’s James Ivill.
Herridge allegedly made high contact with the Magpie as he was in the process of bumping the Eagle.
In the under-18s, a Shepparton Swans player was cited for intentionally striking a Mooroopna player and offered a two-game ban as punishment.
Clubs have until noon today to respond to the charges and either accept them or take them to the tribunal.
In the Murray league, Shepparton East veteran Jeromy Aynsley has a Wednesday night tribunal date booked in after challenging a one-week ban.
Aynsley was cited for attempting to strike Numurkah’s Brad Vassal.
The Kyabram District Football League had two charges laid, with Merrigum’s Jake Ross and Undera’s Shannon Hockey each offered two-game bans.
Ross and Hockey were cited for intentionally striking one another.
In the Picola District league, Katunga’s Ethan Hodgkin was offered a one-week suspension for attempted striking.
The Swans will challenge the ban at the tribunal on Wednesday night.