AFL Goldfields has charged five players with intentional striking after the long weekend of Ballarat Football League matches.
Two Melton South players have accepted two-match bans for 'intentionally striking another player', while a further three players are set to front the AFL Goldfields tribunal.
Senior player Sean Humphries accepted his striking charge that took place in the Panthers 114-23 loss to Sebastopol.
Humphries was one of only two goal-kickers for Melton South at the weekend.
Melton South reserves player Ryan Sutherland has also accepted his two-game suspension after the Panthers' 60-point loss to the Burras.
Cobras senior player Aaron Willitts has been given a two-match set penalty, but is also set to front the tribunal.
Both senior Sunbury player Michael Edwards and Sebastopol under-19s player Nathan Pitts have not been given set penalties and will front the tribunal to learn their fate.
See the full list of offences below:
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