Mason Cox and Brayden Maynard have both drawn the attention of the Match Review Panel after Saturday’s 34-point loss to Hawthorn at the MCG.

Cox was noted in the third quarter when he ran past the ball and raised an elbow when attempting to shepherd Daniel Howe.

The incident has since been classed as intentional conduct with low impact to the head. The grading means the 211cm ruck/forward can accept a one-match suspension without appearing before the tribunal.

Maynard’s incident was more innocuous and occurred during the fourth quarter of Saturday night’s loss. The 21-year-old has been charged with staging, and can accept a $1000 fine with an early plea.

In accepting the fine, Maynard will be available to play against the GWS Giants in round two.

A third incident was assessed by the Match Review Panel involving Travis Varcoe and Hawthorn’s Isaac Smith in the third quarter. Any contact was deemed to be below the force required to constitute a reportable offence.

Tom Phillips gathers possession as Mason Cox clashes with Hawthorn's Daniel Howe. Image: AFL Photos.