Collingullie-Glenfield Park coach Luke Gestier will miss their next two games after pleading guilty to abusing an umpire.
Gestier was charged with using obscene/abusive language at an umpire in the loss to Mangoplah-Cookardinia United-Eastlakes on Saturday.
He elected to take the early guilty plea.
The forward will miss the grand final rematch against Griffith on Saturday plus a clash with Leeton-Whitton.
With the Demons enjoying the bye in between he won't be free to return until the game against Ganmain-Grong Grong-Matong on July 21.
However East-Wagga Kooringal utility Jacob Tiernan will contest a striking charge at the tribunal on Thursday.
Tiernan has been charged with intentionally striking Coleambally's Graham O'Connell.
The impact was graded low and the contact high but Tiernan declined to take a one-game ban with the early guilty plea.
O'Connell accepted a one-week ban over the incident.
The Hawks' Callum Polsen accepted a reprimand after being charged with tripping Jacob Breed.
Turvey Park's Josh Ashcroft also accepted a reprimand after being charged with rough conduct on Jack Grintell in the win over Narrandera.