GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA - JULY 31: Jai Culley of the Eagles kicks the ball during the 2022 AFL Round 20 match between the Gold Coast Suns and the West Coast Eagles at Metricon Stadium on July 31, 2022 in Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by Russell Freeman/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

West Coast teenager Jai Culley has accepted his two-game suspension for striking Gold Coast's Noah Anderson in Sunday's match at Metricon Stadium.

Culley's swinging right elbow collected Anderson high shortly after the Suns midfielder disposed of the ball in the second quarter of Gold Coast's three-point win.

It was of the view of the Match Review Officer that Culley's actions should be graded as Intentional Conduct, Medium Impact and High Contact, resulting in the two-game ban.

The ban will mean Culley will miss upcoming matches against Adelaide and Fremantle, with a return open for the Eagles' last game of the year against Geelong.

Meanwhile, the MRO has also handed down charges to Richmond pair Trent Cotchin (Misconduct) and Marlion Pickett (Engaging in Rough Conduct).

While Pickett has accepted the $3000 fine, Cotchin has challenged his financial sanction of $1500.

The incident in question involved Cotchin and Lions skipper Dayne Zorko during the opening quarter of Sunday's match at the MCG. The MRO assessed Cotchin's actions as misconduct.

Kangaroos pair Charlie Lazzaro (Engaging in Rough Conduct) and Jed Anderson (Engaging in a Melee) have also been sanctioned by the MRO, fined $2000 and $1000 respectively, and have accepted the charges.

Bomber Jake Kelly has also accepted a fine of $1000 for Engaging in a melee.