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ASADA Expected To Expand NRL Investigation From Cronulla To Manly After New Revelations
Published March 15, 2013
POSSIBLE EVIDENCE: In Sydney, Brad Walter wrote credit card receipts and recorded phone conversations "may be tabled as evidence" when NRL Cronulla Sharks players begin meeting ASADA investigators next week. Despite complaints from federal Sports Minister Kate Lundy that the Sharks had not made any of their players available to be interviewed, "ASADA and legal representatives for the players had agreed last week to a process and time frame for that to occur." Further talk between ASADA and the player representatives, "who Cronulla officials insist have been operating at arm's length from the club since their appointment, are set to continue next week" (SMH, 3/15).