Western Bulldogs defender Ellyse Gamble will miss her side's all-important clashes with West Coast and Brisbane after being hit with a two-game ban.

The 24-year-old's second-quarter hit on Collingwood's Aliesha Newman during the Bulldog's 25-point loss at Victoria Park was deemed as Forceful Front-On contact and assessed as Careless Conduct, High Impact, High Contact.

Gamble can accept her two-game ban with an early guilty plea, however, it is not yet known whether the Bulldogs will contest the charge or not.

The Burnie Dockers product has been a foundational player at the Whitten Oval after being brought to Barkley Street from Burnie with the 69th pick of the 2016 AFLW Draft.

In further tribunal news, Melbourne forward Jacqueline Parry has been hit with a $400 fine for her dangerous tackle on Kangaroo's star Emma Kearney during the Dees' victory at Casey Fields.

Still, should Parry plead guilty to the incident assessed as Careless Conduct, Low Impact, High Contact, the 25-year-old can accept a reprimand and be free to face Fremantle at Optus Stadium on Saturday.