JINDERA full-forward Trent Castles will front the tribunal on Thursday night.
The Bulldogs have opted to contest a one-match set penalty handed down by the league’s match review panel following an incident involving Holbrook’s Alec Sullivan during the second quarter of last Sunday’s minor semi-final at Walbundrie.
“We feel we owe it to Trent and the club to take the case to the tribunal,” Bulldog football operations manager Andy Stuart.
The tribunal hearing will be held at Thurgoona from 6.30pm.
While it is believed Castles has never fronted a tribunal, he runs the risk of receiving two weeks by contesting the charge.
Jindera take on Henty in Saturday’s preliminary final with the winner to meet Brocklesby-Burrumbuttock.
Castles is vital to the Bulldogs chances after kicking 105 goals this season.
He has delivered at crucial stages in Jindera’s narrow finals wins over Osborne and Holbrook.