Geelong young gun Jack Henry can accept a $2000 fine following an incident from Friday night's preliminary final win over Brisbane.
The incident in question occurred in the second quarter of Geelong's 71-point win over the Lions at the MCG, with Henry charged with forceful front-on contact on Brisbane's Zac Bailey.
The Match Review Officer graded Henry's actions as careless conduct, low impact and high contact, resulting in a sanction of $3000.
Henry is able to accept the fine with an early plea, which would reduce the sanction to $2000.
Having avoided a suspension, Henry will be free to play in next Saturday's grand final against Sydney at the MCG.
The MRO handed down no other charges from Friday night's match, while any charges from Saturday's game between Sydney and Collingwood will be released on Sunday evening.