His second half was good, he got on his bike and got moving.- Daryn Cresswell
The Ovens and Murray tribunal will hear three charges from the one game on Wednesday night.
Wangaratta Rovers' Alex Marklew was reported during the match against Wodonga.
The umpire originally believed the player Marklew allegedly struck was No. 2 Josh Mathey, but it was actually No. 21 Sam Jewell.
The incident happened with just minutes remaining in Rovers' 55-point home win over the Bulldogs.
Wodonga's Jacob Barber was charged with striking Rovers' Raven Jolliffe.
Both Barber and Marklew elected to have their cases heard by the tribunal.
Wodonga's Jayce Brown has been charged with rough conduct against Jolliffe in the final term.
The set penalty was not offered in this instance.
Wodonga is home to unbeaten Albury on Saturday, while Rovers face a bumper game against long-time rivals Wangaratta on Sunday.
The Hawks will be sweating on Marklew's availability as he's the club's leading goalkicker with 19 after nine games and impressed in the club's surge home.
"His second half was good, he got on his bike and got moving," coach Daryn Cresswell praised.
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