MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MAY 26: Jake Carlisle of the Saints checks on Jack Riewoldt of the Tigers after a collision during the 2018 AFL round 10 match between the Richmond Tigers and the St Kilda Saints at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on May 26, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images)

St Kilda’s Jake Carlisle can accept a two-match ban for striking Richmond’s Jack Riewoldt during the opening minutes of their clash on Saturday.

GWS’ Dylan Buckley can accept a $1500 sanction for misconduct (headbutting) Essendon Matt Guelfi.

Brisbane’s Darcy Gardiner can accept a $1500 sanction for misconduct against Sydney’s Will Hayward.

West Coast’s Willie Rioli can accept a $1500 sanction for misconduct against Hawthorn’s Blake Hardwick, and can also accept a $1000 sanction for careless contact with umpire Ray Chamberlain.

Richmond’s Shane Edwards ($3000), Essendon’s Devon Smith ($2000), Fremantle’s Brennan Cox ($2000), Fremantle’s Bailey Banfield ($1500), Richmond’s Dustin Martin ($1500) and St Kilda’s Jack Steven ($1000) can all accept various financial sanctions for separate incidents in round 10.

Geelong’s Sam Menegola was cleared for contact on Carlton’s Sam Rowe, with match review officer Michael Christian believes the action did not constitute a reportable offence.