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The Sydney Roosters have fined new recruit Nate Myles after he was charged with mid-range drink driving following a Melbourne Cup luncheon.
The club imposed a fine of $10,000 with $5,000 suspended, ordered him to undertake 20 hours of local community charity work and undergo alcohol counselling. Roosters CEO Brian Canavan issued the fines after discussion with the player.
Former Bulldogs star Myles has apologised for embarrassing his new club and teammates.