West Coast midfielder Tim Kelly can accept a fine after making careless contact with an umpire during Saturday's record loss to the Swans, while a fiery Crow and a Hawks ruckman could face a nervous wait from the AFL's Match Review Officer on Monday.

Kelly has been handed a $1500 fine for an incident during the first quarter of his side's 171-point defeat at the SCG, a sanction the onballer can have reduced to $1000 with an early plea.

The MRO released their findings from Saturday's action for Round 15 on Sunday evening, with Kelly the only player cited for the day for his incident involving an umpire. He will be able to accept or challenge the charge, with a decision to be made on Monday.

Having avoided a suspension, Kelly will be available for selection for Sunday's matchup with St Kilda at Optus Stadium.

Elsewhere, Adelaide midfielder Ben Keays can expect to be charged with misconduct after pulling Collingwood player Mason Cox's glasses during Sunday's thrilling contest between the Magpies and Crows.

The incident occurred in the final term of Collingwood's two-point win as a melee between players from both sides broke out after Cox converted a set shot. Footage of the melee shows Keays snatching Cox's glasses from his face as the scuffle broke out.

Keays' actions are likely to gain some level of scrutiny from the MRO, who could charge the former Lion with misconduct, which would likely result in a fine being handed down to Keays.

Exactly one year prior to Keays' incident, Hawthorn defender James Sicily was able to accept a $1000 fine for misconduct after pulling off opponent Aaron Naughton's headband.

Keays may not be the only player that could gain attention from the MRO from Sunday's action, with Hawthorn recruit Lloyd Meek facing a nervous wait for his bump on Suns utility Darcy Macpherson.

During the opening quarter of the match at Carrara, Macpherson is seen moving back with the flight of the ball as Meek arrives at the contest from the opposite direction. The Hawks ruckman lifts off the ground and braces for contact, with his knee and shoulder colliding heavily with Macpherson.

Macpherson was able to play out the match and did not undergo a head injury assessment after the collision, however the Suns player did require on-field medical help for a suspected blow to the torso.

Meek's level of impact on Macpherson's body does see the Gold Coast hard nut's head whip into the Hawks ruckman's shoulder, with the case to be an intriguing one for the MRO to assess.

A potential grading of careless conduct, medium impact and high contact would constitute a one-game ban, however the contact grading could be determined as "body" instead of "high". If that were the case, Meek would escape with a fine.

A grading of low impact would also see Meek handed a fine if the contact was still graded as high.

Hawthorn are scheduled to play Carlton at the MCG on Sunday in Round 16, while the MRO's findings for Sunday's games will be revealed on Monday evening.