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SBD Global/July 23, 2013/Leagues and Governing Bodies
National Rugby League Cronulla Players Not Worried Over Resumption Of ASADA Interviews
Published July 23, 2013
THE FINAL SAY: In Melbourne, Baker & Landsberger wrote "an independent government panel will have the final say on whether Essendon players are charged with doping offences." The Anti-Doping Rules Violation Panel will take recommendations from ASADA "at the completion of its investigation into the possible use of banned drugs by the Bombers last year." The ADRVP appointed by the Federal Sports Minister "will then recommend to the AFL if it finds infraction notices should be issued to players." The panel can recommend a penalty, "although that would ultimately be decided by an AFL tribunal" (HERALD SUN, 7/22).