BALLARAT, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 13: Ruby Svarc of the Lions in action during the 2022 AFLW Round 02 match between the Western Bulldogs and the Brisbane Lions at Mars Stadium on March 13, 2022 in Ballarat, Australia. (Photo by Dylan Burns/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

Brisbane Lions defender Ruby Svarc has been cleared to play in Saturday's AFLW preliminary final against Melbourne after overturning a rough conduct charge that initially warranted a one-game suspension.

Svarc was charged with engaging in rough conduct against Jamiee Lambert during the first quarter of her side's qualifying final win over Collingwood on Sunday.

The incident was "assessed as Careless Conduct, Medium Impact, High Contact", with Svarc offered a one-game suspension win an early plea.

Having contested the charge at the tribunal, Svarc was successfully able to have the assessment impact grading lowered from medium to low.

Collingwood's Sarah Rowe, who also received a one-match ban by the Match Review, was unsuccessful at the tribunal on Tuesday evening.

Rowe was charged with engaging in rough conduct against Brisbane's Jade Ellenger in the second quarter, with the incident "assessed as Intentional Conduct, Medium Impact, Body Contact."

Brisbane's Alexandra Anderson was also charged by the Match Review after tripping Collingwood's Ebony O'Dea during the opening term.

Anderson will not be suspended however, instead able to accept a reprimand and a $400 fine with an early plea.