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An NRL player will face charges of using performance enhancing drugs it was reported today.
A Sydney newspaper said the newly formed Australian Sports Anti Doping Authority (ASADA) picked up a breach of the sport's drug rules not from a sample but from a comprehensive investigation.
It did not name the player involved.
NRL chief executive David Gallop said he'd yet to receive a formal infraction notice about the alleged positive test.