North Melbourne defender Aidan Corr can accept a one-game suspension for striking Port Adelaide forward Ollie Lord.

Corr was placed on report during the opening half of Saturday's match in Hobart after making high contact on Lord away from the ball.

The incident in question has gained scrutiny from the Match Review Officer, who has graded Corr's actions as intentional conduct, high contact and low impact, resulting in a one-game suspension for Corr.

The Kangaroos defender can accept the penalty and miss next Saturday's Round 10 game against Sydney, or challenge the charge at the AFL Tribunal.

If the charge is accepted by Corr and the club, the key backman won't be available for selection until Round 11 when North Melbourne are scheduled to face Collingwood at Marvel Stadium.

Meanwhile, Demon Tom Sparrow can also accept a one-game ban for a rough conduct charge on Hawk Will Day.

The MRO graded Sparrow's fourth-quarter incident as careless conduct, high contact and medium impact, resulting in a one-game ban.

Like Corr, Sparrow can challenge the charge at the AFL Tribunal.

Two Hawks have received fines from the MRO from that game, with Sam Butler (striking) and Lloyd Meek (kneeing) able to accept $2000 and $3000 fines respectively with early pleas.

Elsewhere, Swan Nick Blakey (striking, $2000 with early plea), Roo Cam Zurhaar (rough conduct, $2000), Lion Oscar McInerney (tripping, $1000) and Blue Patrick Cripps (misconduct, $1000) have been hit with sanctions.