23-year-old defender Harry Edwards will be unavailable for selection his weekend after receiving a one-game suspension from the WAFL Match Review Panel.

The defender conducted a dangerous tackle on South Fremantle's Dylan Main last Saturday for the Eagles reserves. With an early guilty plea, Edwards was able to have his ban reduced from two weeks to one.

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 01: Harry Edwards of the Eagles in action during the round nine AFL match between West Coast Eagles and the Geelong Cats at Optus Stadium on August 01, 2020 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

Edwards' rough conduct charge occurred in West Coast's 88-point loss to South Fremantle in the WAFL, where the likes of fellow AFL-listed players Andrew GaffDom SheedAlex Witherden and Jai Culley each pushed for top flight returns.

The suspension will mean Edwards is unavailable for the Eagles' AFL clash with Richmond this Sunday, as well as the club's WAFL match against East Fremantle at Mineral Resources Park the same day.

Edwards will then be available to play the following week when West Coast play Fremantle and Peel Thunder at AFL and WAFL level respectively.

West Coast's senior list already has a host of players unavailable due to injury and now Edwards' one-match ban further limits their player availability even more.

Edwards has played 30 AFL games but has not managed to get a game this year in the senior side.