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AFL Players Association 'Furious' After ASADA Leaks Players Names
Published March 3, 2014
A NEW JOB: In Sydney, Michael Chammas reported revelations of sports scientist Stephen Dank "landing a job in cricket has dumbfounded" former National Rugby League player Sandor Earl, "who is living in Thailand as he awaits his official suspension for drug use and trafficking." Fairfax Media revealed on Sunday that Dank "had been appointed to work in the women's Indian Premier League Twenty20 competition that will be staged over two weeks in Singapore in September" (SMH, 3/2).