Eagles captain given two-match AFLW ban

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West Coast captain Emma Swanson has been offered a two-match suspension by the AFLW's match review officer for a heavy shepherd which floored an opponent.

Swanson has been cited for rough conduct for her shepherd which felled Geelong's Georgie Rankin in the final minutes of Monday night's fixture.

The match review officer classified the contact as careless, with high impact and high contact, and gave Swanson a two-match suspension if she pleads guilty.

The Eagles skipper was among three players charged from the latest round, with Adelaide captain Chelsea Randall and North Melbourne's Grace Campbell offered reprimands.

Randall has been charged with rough conduct for a dangerous tackle on Melbourne's Lily Mithen in Saturday's clash and been fined $400.

The Kangaroos' Campbell has also been fined $400 after being charged with rough conduct for a dangerous tackle on Western Bulldog Kirsty Lamb during Saturday's encounter.