Fremantle defender Taylin Duman has seen his two-match ban reduced to a one-week suspension, after he was suspended for striking GWS’ Lachie Whitfield on Saturday.
Match Review Officier Michael Chrisitan initially graded the hit as intentional conduct with medium impact and high contact, and the Tribunal believed Duman’s case was strong enough to see his suspension halved.
He’ll be available to face Adelaide in round seven.
Fremantle have advised the AFL it will challenge Taylin Duman’s two-match sanction for striking. The hearing is set to take place this afternoon
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