TWO club leaders will face the Warrnambool and District league tribunal on Wednesday night after an investigation into a half-time incident during a round nine match.
Allansford senior coach Ben Price and Nirranda premiership player and assistant coach Isaac Templeton have been charged with unbecoming conduct after an off-field incident in the Cats-Blues game on June 1.
The charges were handed down from an AFL Victoria investigation officer, who looked into the incident involving non-playing members of both clubs.
Templeton, a two-time Hampden league Maskell Medal winner and six-time Koroit premiership player, was not playing due to a hamstring injury on the day of the incident.
Price, who is in his second year as the Cats' senior coach, was also on the sidelines.
The independent investigation came after WDFNL president Michael Harrison requested AFL Western District seek information from the two clubs.
Nirranda, who was leading by 37 points at half-time, would go on to win the match by 82 points.
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