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SBD Global/December 5, 2013/Leagues and Governing Bodies
National Rugby League Releases 2013 Schedule; Sets Up Supplement Guidelines
Published December 5, 2013
DRUG GUIDELINES: The AAP reported NRL club doctors "will no longer report to coaches as part of a raft of measures introduced to help avoid a repeat of the doping scandal which engulfed Cronulla this season." A meeting of NRL CEOs on Wednesday was told "each club would be required to set up a supplement committee which would approve and oversee the distribution of supplements to players." Clubs "will also be required to give the NRL a list of supplements being used." In other developments at Wednesday's Sydney gathering, club bosses were told that "proposed salary cap changes would be presented in February" (AAP, 12/4).