Tough utility player Matt Davies will be available to play for Claremont in their sudden-death preliminary final against East Perth on Sunday after being reprimanded for rough conduct in the second semifinal.
Davies was reported for his late bump on West Perth opponent Steven Potente in the game the Falcons won by four points to qualify for their first grand final in a decade.
He accepted the reprimand offered by the WAFL report review panel yesterday.
West Perth duo Josh Mellington and Steven Browne will also be free to play in the grand final after accepting the RRP offers of reprimands for incidents in the second semi.
Mellington was reported for charging after arriving late to a marking contest with Claremont's Nick Winmar.
And Browne, who blanketed dangerous forward Paul Medhurst, was also booked for a late bump on Andrew Foster.
Jamie Cripps, of East Perth, will be available to play in the preliminary final after accepting a reprimand for rough conduct against Swan Districts defender Wayde Twomey.
The panel withdrew a match day report against Swans midfielder Ryan Davis for rough conduct on Craig Wulff.
West Perth will be without Michael Pettigrew in the grand final after the former Port Adelaide veteran could not complete his comeback from a serious hamstring injury.
Pettigrew failed to complete the reserves first semifinal, his first match in six weeks.
West Perth coach Bill Monaghan said the injury meant Pettigrew would not be considered for the grand final.
But the Falcons hope that dashing defender Luke Tedesco will be fit to play after tearing a calf early last month.
Veteran forward Anthony Tsalikis is no chance of playing after having LARS surgery to reconstruct the left shoulder he hurt in West Perth's second last home-and-away match.Tsalikis was not sure whether he would play on but may use his absence from West Perth's first winning finals campaign since 2003 as motivation to return next season.