Two Old Collegians players will face the Warrnambool and District league tribunal on Tuesday night after Saturday's fiery clash against premiership favourite Kolora-Noorat.
Warriors' midfielder Bodie Hibberson has been charged with intentionally striking Ben Reid during the fourth quarter of the match at Noorat Recreation Reserve.
Teammate Ben Turner-Dwyer has also been charged with intentionally striking Kolora-Noorat's Ben Fraser in the final quarter.
The cases will be heard one after the other.
AFL Western District senior operations manager Brad Pole said both charges were laid by field umpire Nathan Hoy.
Kolora-Noorat claimed an 18.11 (119) to 9.11 (65) victory in a match that was marred by melees from the opening bounce.
The umpires gave out one red card and two yellow cards during the encounter which became particularly heated midway through the final term.
There was a big melee on the boundary line near both team's benches.
Both teams took injuries from the match.
Warriors coach Nick Sheehan said key forward Michael Darmody sustained a hamstring injury and midfielder Tom Lambevski injured his ankle.
Power playing coach Ben Walsh missed most of the match after receiving a knock to the back of his left knee in the opening seconds.
"I just got a pretty big knock on the back of the leg and it just blew up a bit once I had a bit of a spell," he said.
Walsh said the injury wasn't too serious.
Fourth-placed Old Collegians will be keen to have Turner-Dwyer and Hibberson available because it has a big clash with second-placed Nirranda on Saturday.
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