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Eagle Schofield struck Swans teen

West Coast midfielder Will Schofield will appear before the WAFL tribunal tonight on a striking charge after the report review panel was unable to assess the incident from East Perth's win over Swan Districts.

Schofield was reported for striking 17-year-old Swans debutant Aidan Anderson at Medibank Stadium on Saturday.

The absence of clear video footage meant the report was referred directly to the tribunal.

The same issue meant that South Fremantle wingman Shaun Bewick and East Fremantle defender Steven Dodd will also appear at the tribunal tonight.

Bewick was reported for striking Perth's Cameron Manuel during the Demons' five-point comeback win at Fremantle Oval on Friday night.

And Dodd went in the book for striking Subiaco's George Hampson during a shepherding attempt in the game at Geraldton on Saturday.

Claremont veteran Mark Seaby was fined $100 for making contact with umpire Mark Worobec in the Tigers' win over West Perth at Arena Joondalup.

Worobec, who has twice been knocked out during collisions with players, was bumped to the ground by the approaching ruckman as he backed out of a ball-up.

South's Steven Verrier accepted a reprimand for rough conduct on Callum Collard on Friday while Claremont forward John Williams was reprimanded for charging West Perth's Laine Rasmussen in a marking contest.

A match-day report for striking laid against East Fremantle's Cam Eardley was withdrawn by the report review panel.

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