A combined five players from Round 2's Western Bulldogs vs Gold Coast game can accept a total of seven fines by the AFL's Match Review Officer for engaging in melees during Sunday's match.

Bulldogs stars Aaron Naughton and Tom Liberatore were joined by teammate Laitham Vandermeer in being charged for engaging in a melee during the third term along with Suns veteran Alex Sexton after the latter two traded blows.

A separate incident in the fourth quarter also saw Liberatore and Vandermeer charged again under the same offence for an incident with Suns player Nick Holman, who also made it onto the MRO's charge sheet.

All of Liberatore (twice), Vandermeer (twice), Naughton and Sexton can accept fines of $1250 with early guilty pleas, or challenge the charge and potentially risk a fine of $1875.

With Holman's offence the second of its kind against his record, he can accept a $1875 fine with an early plea or challenge with the risk of being handed a $3125 sanction.

In Sunday's clash between Port Adelaide and Richmond, Tigers skipper Toby Nankervis has been charged with rough conduct on Power ruckman and ex-teammate Ivan Soldo.

The MRO graded Nankervis' actions as careless conduct, low impact and high contact. Nankervis can accept a fine of $2500 or challenge the decision, with an unsuccessful appeal costing him $3750.

Port Adelaide's Darcy Byrne-Jones was charged with rough conduct for a second-quarter incident involving Tiger James Trezise.

The MRO graded the incident as careless conduct, low impact and body contact. Given it is the second offence of its kind for Byrne-Jones, he can accept a $3125 fine or challenge the charge.

A failed challenge would mean Byrne-Jones is required to pay a $5000 fine.