MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 25: Kai Lohmann of the Lions and Darcy Wilmot of the Lions pose for a photo during the NAB AFL Draft Media Opportunity at Marvel Stadium on November 25, 2021 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Dylan Burns/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

Brisbane's top draftee Darcy Wilmot has been handed a one-match ban for a dangerous tackle on Crows young gun Ned McHenry during Friday's practice match.

The Lions teenager has been charged with rough conduct, with the incident in question being assessed as Careless Conduct, Medium Impact and High Contact.

Wilmot tackled McHenry during the third quarter of the hit-out at Metricon Stadium, with McHenry's head slamming into the turf from the contest.

Wilmot can accept a one-week ban with an early guilty plea, with the suspension to see the Northern Knights product miss his side's opening game of the season against Port Adelaide.

The Lions will face Brisbane at Marvel Stadium on Friday for their AAMI Community Series.

Meanwhile, North Melbourne captain Jack Ziebell can accept a $2,000 fine for rough conduct following an incident involving former teammate and Demons forward Ben Brown.

The incident was graded as Intentional Conduct, Low Impact and Body Contact and the sanction was lowered from $3,000 as a first offence.

With an early guilty plea, Ziebell can accept the $2,000 fine.

North Melbourne will face Sydney on Sunday for their AAMI Community Series clash before facing Hawthorn in Round 1 at the MCG on Sunday, March 20.