SOUTH Warrnambool is urging the Hampden league to overhaul its tribunal system to mimic other Victorian major leagues.
Roosters president Steve Harris believes video footage for each match and a new-look match review panel system would streamline tribunal hearings.
It comes after Thursday night's hearing - in which Koroit footballer Jayden Whitehead was found guilty of unbecoming conduct - took six weeks to reach the tribunal.
Under the model, used by major leagues in Geelong and Ballarat, clubs refer incidents to a match review panel who use video as key evidence.
It's not good enough when you have incidents being heard six weeks after they've happened.Steve Harris
Harris said the model would allow incidents to be heard the week after Saturday matches, removing delays.
The financial adviser said South Warrnambool long had concerns over the current tribunal system.
"It's not good enough when you have incidents being heard six weeks after they've happened," Harris said.
"It's not the investigators' fault, it's not the fault of tribunal personnel, it's the system.
"We'll do everything we can to make sure it comes into existence because it can't continue under the current system."
Harris said the league didn't need to "reinvent the wheel" and should learn from leagues in Ballarat and Geelong.
He said South Warrnambool would contribute to costs rising from compulsory footage.
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