WARRNAMBOOL'S Jed Turland received a one-match ban for unbecoming conduct after an AFL Victoria investigator opted to hand the forward a set penalty.
Portland and the Blues accepted the sanction following the Tigers' investigation into the round nine incident.
Turland split Aaron Shepherd's ear with a high elbow during the 82-point victory.
The Blue will miss this weekend's match against Camperdown and will be available for the critical clash against Koroit the following week.
Meanwhile, two Hampden league reserves players will face the tribunal next week charged with unbecoming conduct following two independent investigations launched after the round eight match between North Warrnambool Eagles and Hamilton Kangaroos.
Hamilton's Lachlan Mckenzie and North Warrnambool's Xavier Mills will face the tribunal for separate incidents.
Mills made contact with his head to the face of Mckenzie, who hit Nathan Kenna high moments before.
Kenna received two fractures in his face from Mckenzie's hit.
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