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THE NRL today confirmed that 12 past and current Cronulla Sharks players have been suspended for breaches of the game's anti-doping rules.
THE North Queensland Cowboys understand that NRL squad member Matthew Wright has received a "show cause" from ASADA following
THE Sharks have been advised that five players currently contracted to the club have received ‘show cause' notices from ASADA.
THE NRL said today that former Sharks Head of Strength and Conditioning, Trent Elkin will be able to apply to have his suspension lifted in December 2015
SHANE Flanagan, head coach of the Cronulla Sharks, has decided not to appeal against the NRL CEO’s decision
THE Roosters have released a statement following reports published in the Sydney Morning Herald
THIS week on A View from the Hill we dream of a competition where players are judged not by the colour of their jersey but by the content of their character!
AUSTRALIAN Sports Anti-Doping Authority has today released a statement following the NRL media conference
THE NRL today issued Canberra player Sandor Earl with an Infraction Notice and has accepted an immediate provisional suspension for breaches of the Leagues Anti-Doping Policy.
IN relation to the matter of salary cap breaches and the allegation of improper payments to players
THIS week Rob, Daniel, Nathan and Steve from A View From The Hill run their slide rule over this week's games and come up with some fearless predictions. It's a "must listen" for anyone looking for an edge in their tipping comp, or chancing their arm in the murky world of sports betting.
THE Sharks debacle - the NRL must accept some of the blame!
CANBERRA Raiders CEO Don Furner said the Raiders can feel vindicated about their involvement in the recent ASADA investigation and knew they had little to worry about from a club perspective.
THE Greatest Game of All faces disruption that would even put the Super League War in the shade!
THE Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority has advised the NRL that it has completed the initial phase of its current investigation and that it will this week issue notices formally requesting interviews with approximately 30 current NRL players who may be able to assist with further information.