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Carlton forward Jesse Motlop is the latest AFL player to gain scrutiny of the Match Review Officer, with the young Blue hit with a one-game ban for a dangerous tackle.

The young Blues goalsneak was charged with a rough conduct following a tackle on St Kilda's Dougal Howard from the third quarter of Sunday's match at Marvel Stadium.

Match Review Officer Michael Christian graded the 19-year-old's tackle as careless, with medium contact made and impact made to the head.

The incident in question saw Motlop and Howard rotate in a tackle after the latter collects possession of the ball, with the pair both going to ground after being spun.

The action saw Howard's head hit the turf, and while Howard remonstrated toward the umpire as a result of the tackle, the umpire did not pay a free kick for the action.

Howard showed no sign of head trauma and was able to play out the match, however Motlop could still find himself in hot water for the potential to cause injury, with the MRO handing down several suspensions in recent weeks for similar actions.

A potential grading of careless conduct, medium impact and high contact would warrant a one-game suspension for Motlop, which would mean the second-year Blues forward would miss his side's Round 7 clash with West Coast.

GWS veteran Callan Ward was also handed a one-game suspension on Sunday evening for a dangerous tackle that was graded careless conduct, medium impact and high contact.

Also from Sunday's action, fellow Blue Lewis Young was handed a $3000 fine for striking Saint Mason Wood. The former Dog can earn a $200 discount should he enter an early guilty plea.

In the earlier game, Hawthorn captain James Sicily and Adelaide's gamewinner Darcy Fogarty will exit Round 6 with lighter hip pockets after being hit with wrestling charges.

For Sicily, this sits as his first offence, earning him a $1500 fixed financial sanction that can be worked back to $1000 for an early plea.

As Fogarty's second charge, he can expect to pay $1500 should he plead guilty, or $2500 should he unsuccessfully fight the charge.