ST KILDA midfielder Shane Savage has accepted a $2000 fine for engaging in rough conduct for the collision that saw young Blue Paddy Dow chip his front tooth.

As a result, there will be no AFL Tribunal sitting on Monday night.

The AFL's match review officer Michael Christian has already cast his eye over Wednesday night's JLT Community Series game between the Blues and Saints, with Savage the only player charged.

He accepted the $2000 sanction for an early plea, after the incident was assessed as careless conduct with low impact to Dow's head.

Dow, last year's No.3 NAB AFL Draft pick, kicked two goals from 13 disposals in an exciting first-up showing for the Blues.

Meanwhile, young Carlton forward Harry McKay has been cleared of contact he made with St Kilda captain Jarryn Geary in the second term of the contest.

WATCH: See the incident that left Geary groggy

Christian's verdict of the incident said McKay's contact with Geary was "inevitable" as he led towards the ball and Geary came in to make a spoil.

Geary sat out the second half of the game as a precaution following the heavy hit.