The AFL's Match Review Officer handed down suspensions to Hawthorn captain James Sicily and Fremantle midfielder Jaeger O'Meara on Sunday night, with the former accepting his suspension.

Sicily was charged with rough conduct for his third-term encounter with St Kilda's Anthony Caminiti, which has been graded as careless conduct, medium impact and high contact.

The result of the grading, which has been accepted, will see Sicily serve a one-game suspension and be unavailable for selection to face Port Adelaide next Saturday at Adelaide Oval.

O'Meara has also been handed a one-game suspension for his dangerous tackle on Melbourne forward Charlie Spargo from Saturday's win.

The third-quarter incident has seen O'Meara charged with rough conduct, with a grading of careless conduct, medium impact and high contact resulting in a one-game suspension.

The club confirmed on Monday that they intend to challenge the ban at the AFL Tribunal, hopeful O'Meara will be clear to face Richmond in Round 13 after the club's bye

The pair of suspensions follow bans to Carlton's Adam Cerra and Swan Luke Parker from earlier in the round.

Cerra and the Blues have deiced to challenge the midfielder's rough conduct charge at the AFL Tribunal, with the incident graded as careless conduct, medium impact and high contact, resulting in a one-game ban.

Both Fremantle and Sydney are yet to disclose whether they will challenge their respective charges.