PERTH, AUSTRALIA - MAY 16: Darcy Fogarty of the Crows kicks a goal during the 2021 AFL Round 09 match between the West Coast Eagles and the Adelaide Crows at Optus Stadium on May 16, 2021 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Will Russell/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

Melbourne's Kysaiah Pickett and Adelaide's Darcy Fogarty have avoided suspension for separate incidents in Saturday's clash at Adelaide Oval.

In an altercation involving Crows defender Jordon Butts, Pickett appears to swing his arm into his opponent's torso instead of choosing to tackle, leaving Butts requiring assistance to leave the field.

It was the Match Review Officer's view that Pickett's actions were Intentional Conduct, Low Impact and Body Contact, resulting in a $2000 suspension with an early plea.

The sanction means Pickett will be able to face Geelong at Kardinia Park next Thursday night.

Meanwhile, Fogarty was also handed a fine for his gut punch on Demon Jake Lever in the final quarter of Melbourne's 29-point win over the Crows.

The MRO deemed the incident in question as Intentional Conduct, Low Impact and Body Contact, with Fogarty also able to accept the punishment with an early plea.

The MRO also handed down two further charges from Saturday's action, with Swan Isaac Heeney (Rough Conduct) and Bomber Peter Wright (Striking) also handed $2000 fines with early pleas.