Hawthorn midfielder Jai Newcombe is facing a large fine after being charged with rough conduct by the AFL's Match Review Officer.

The charge against Newcombe comes following a second-quarter incident involving GWS's Jesse Hogan in Saturday's loss in Tasmania.

The rough conduct charge is the third against Newcombe, meaning his financial penalty has been increased due to his prior record.

Newcombe can accept a $6,250 fine with an early plea, or can risk paying a $10,000 fine if he chooses to challenge the charge and is unsuccessful.

The incident in question was graded as intentional conduct, low impact and body contact on Hogan.

Newcombe wasn't the only Hawk to be charged by the MRO from Saturday's action, with forward Jack Ginnivan hit with a fine for striking GWS defender Connor Idun.

The incident, graded as careless conduct, low impact and groin contact, will see Ginnivan walk away with a $2,500 fine with an early plea.

A $3,750 fine will be handed down if the charge for an unsuccessful challenge.

Meanwhile, West Coast's Elliot Yeo has been charged for striking North Melbourne's Jackson Archer at Optus Stadium.

A 'fixed financial sanction' has been handed down to the Eagles midfielder, who can accept a fine of $1,250 or risk a penalty of $1,875 with a challenge.