Fremantle recruit Shane Yarran has pleaded guilty to one count of disorderly conduct in Perth Magistrates' Court on Thursday.
Yarran received an $800 fine from the court following an incident in Leederville, WA in June.
The charge is due to Yarran ignoring a move on notice that Police issued during a night out.
However, the 27-year-old mature-aged recruit has escaped a club suspension for the incident.
But Yarran has received a financial sanction from the club in accordance with the AFL Players' code of conduct.
He will also complete a volunteer program and a counselling program.
Yarran was recruited with pick No.61 in the 2015 National Draft, after he starred in the WAFL last season, leading the league's goal kicking.