Fremantle forward Josh Treacy has been suspended for two matches by the WAFL tribunal for striking.

The incident occurred during Peel’s pre-season clash against Perth at David Grays Arena on Saturday.

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Treacy was initially charged by the WAFL’s match review panel. It was classified as intentional, high contact and medium impact, which carried a three-match suspension, down to two with an early plea.

The tribunal re-graded the incident from intentional to careless, which carries a two-match sanction.

Because of the non-alignment of the WAFL and AFL seasons, Treacy won’t be available to play in the AFL until round five.

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