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Northern Star
NRL bans Lismore-born Martin Kennedy until end of 2017NORTHERN Rivers product Martin Kennedy has been suspended for two years and nin
NRL bans Lismore-born Martin Kennedy until end of 2017
Northern Star / Posted 8 days ago
NORTHERN Rivers product Martin Kennedy has been suspended for two years and nine months under the National Rugby League’s Anti-Doping Policy. Kennedy, 26, was born in Lismore and played 66 games in the forwards for the Sydney Roosters from 2009 to... Read more
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The North West Star
Decision gives cause for comfortgame, its first serious appearance on the world stage hasn't occurred in the de
Decision gives cause for comfort
The North West Star / Posted 20 days ago
game, its first serious appearance on the world stage hasn't occurred in the desired manner. Modern sport's international rules have bitten hard and painfully. Unlike its regular domestic crises, usually flicked away like some pesky fly,... Read more
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The North West Star
Tim Lane: CAS decision gives cause for comfortgame, its first serious appearance on the world stage hasn't occurred in the de
Tim Lane: CAS decision gives cause for comfort
The North West Star / Posted 20 days ago
game, its first serious appearance on the world stage hasn't occurred in the desired manner. Modern sport's international rules have bitten hard and painfully. Unlike its regular domestic crises, usually flicked away like some pesky fly,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Malaysian decision on Farah Ann Ab­dul Hadi showed no respect for women or common sensewith just a few exceptions, by government dispensation – specifically banned th
Malaysian decision on Farah Ann Ab­dul Hadi showed no respect for women or common sense
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
with just a few exceptions, by government dispensation – specifically banned that same weekend, from watching two male international volleyball matches between the national team and America. It followed an outcry when some women turned up at a male... Read more
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The Border Mail
Like it or not, umpire has blown the whistleour rules – it’s not an unfamiliar waft of arrogance we’ve come to see from the
Like it or not, umpire has blown the whistle
The Border Mail / Posted 24 days ago
our rules – it’s not an unfamiliar waft of arrogance we’ve come to see from the AFL. But the governing body of Australia’s national game could not have been more off the mark when it adopted that attitude to the Essendon doping scandal that blew up... Read more
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iol.co.za
34 Aussie rules footballers bannedMelbourne - Dozens of top-flight Australian Rules footballers were issued two-y
34 Aussie rules footballers banned
iol.co.za / Posted 24 days ago
Melbourne - Dozens of top-flight Australian Rules footballers were issued two-year bans for doping on Tuesday, rocking the country's richest sporting competition. The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) upheld a Wada appeal against a decision to... Read more
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Aljazeera
Australian football team floored by mass doping bansRules football team, one of the country's richest and most storied football clu
Australian football team floored by mass doping bans
Aljazeera / Posted 24 days ago
Rules football team, one of the country's richest and most storied football clubs, have been issued two-year bans for doping in a ruling that stunned the sports-mad nation. The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) upheld an appeal brought by... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Australian football rocked by dozens of drug bansRules team Essendon Bombers, one of the country's richest and most storied foot
Australian football rocked by dozens of drug bans
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 24 days ago
Rules team Essendon Bombers, one of the country's richest and most storied football clubs, were issued two-year bans for doping on Tuesday in a ruling that stunned the sports-mad nation. The Court of Arbitration for Sport upheld an appeal... Read more
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Herald Sun
Players have themselves to blame: ASADARETIRED Bomber Nathan Lovett-Murray has described the banning of his former tea
Players have themselves to blame: ASADA
Herald Sun / Posted 25 days ago
RETIRED Bomber Nathan Lovett-Murray has described the banning of his former teammates as “bulls--t” but Australia’s anti-doping chief says the players only have themselves to blame. Lovett-Murray retired in 2013 but played at Essendon in 2012 when... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
AFL: CAS ruling leads to bans for 34Dozens of top-flight Australian Rules footballers were issued two-year bans for
AFL: CAS ruling leads to bans for 34
Otago Daily Times / Posted 25 days ago
Dozens of top-flight Australian Rules footballers were issued two-year bans for doping today, rocking the country's richest sporting competition. The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) upheld a WADA appeal against a decision to clear 34 past and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Players have themselves to blame: ASADABomber Nathan Lovett-Murray has described the banning of his former teammates a
Players have themselves to blame: ASADA
Daily Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
Bomber Nathan Lovett-Murray has described the banning of his former teammates as “bulls--t” but Australia’s anti-doping chief says the players only have themselves to blame. Lovett-Murray retired in 2013 but played at Essendon in... Read more
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Perth Now
Players have themselves to blame: ASADARETIRED Bomber Nathan Lovett-Murray has described the banning of his former tea
Players have themselves to blame: ASADA
Perth Now / Posted 25 days ago
RETIRED Bomber Nathan Lovett-Murray has described the banning of his former teammates as “bulls--t” but Australia’s anti-doping chief says the players only have themselves to blame. Lovett-Murray retired in 2013 but played at Essendon in 2012 when... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Players have themselves to blame: ASADARETIRED Bomber Nathan Lovett-Murray has described the banning of his former tea
Players have themselves to blame: ASADA
The Courier Mail / Posted 25 days ago
RETIRED Bomber Nathan Lovett-Murray has described the banning of his former teammates as “bulls--t” but Australia’s anti-doping chief says the players only have themselves to blame. Lovett-Murray retired in 2013 but played at Essendon in 2012 when... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
CAS ruling leads to bans for 34 Australian footballersMELBOURNE: Dozens of top-flight Australian Rules footballers were issued two-ye
CAS ruling leads to bans for 34 Australian footballers
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 25 days ago
MELBOURNE: Dozens of top-flight Australian Rules footballers were issued two-year bans for doping on Tuesday, rocking the country's richest sporting competition. The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) upheld a WADA appeal against a decision to... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Essendon drugs saga: Players only have themselves to blame, says ASADA chiefRETIRED Bomber Nathan Lovett-Murray has described the banning of his former tea
Essendon drugs saga: Players only have themselves to blame, says ASADA chief
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 25 days ago
RETIRED Bomber Nathan Lovett-Murray has described the banning of his former teammates as “bulls--t” but Australia’s anti-doping chief says the players only have themselves to blame. Lovett-Murray retired in 2013 but played at Essendon in 2012 when... Read more
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The North West Star
Essendon CAS verdict: inside the Court of Arbitration for Sport's decisionThe pursuit of Essendon by anti-doping agencies for a guilty verdict and a mean
Essendon CAS verdict: inside the Court of Arbitration for Sport's decision
The North West Star / Posted 25 days ago
The pursuit of Essendon by anti-doping agencies for a guilty verdict and a meaningful suspension was driven by their conviction that if an AFL tribunal had heard the case against Lance Armstrong, he would still have seven Tour de France titles. The... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Essendon drug scandal: Timeline of eventscoach James Hird with Hexarelin — which WADA banned for players in 2004. The cl
Essendon drug scandal: Timeline of events
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 25 days ago
coach James Hird with Hexarelin — which WADA banned for players in 2004. The claims were denied by Hird and never substantiated. “These claims are horrifying to me, and are being made by a person or people who appear determined to destroy my... Read more
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Herald Sun
Timeline: How Essendon drug saga unfoldedcoach James Hird with Hexarelin — which WADA banned for players in 2004. The cl
Timeline: How Essendon drug saga unfolded
Herald Sun / Posted 25 days ago
coach James Hird with Hexarelin — which WADA banned for players in 2004. The claims were denied by Hird and never substantiated. “These claims are horrifying to me, and are being made by a person or people who appear determined to destroy my... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Timeline: How Essendon drug saga unfoldedcoach James Hird with Hexarelin — which WADA banned for players in 2004. The cl
Timeline: How Essendon drug saga unfolded
The Courier Mail / Posted 25 days ago
coach James Hird with Hexarelin — which WADA banned for players in 2004. The claims were denied by Hird and never substantiated. “These claims are horrifying to me, and are being made by a person or people who appear determined to destroy my... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
Yasir appeals against doping suspensionsubstance. He has informed the ICC through the PCB that he will contest the cas
Yasir appeals against doping suspension
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 26 days ago
substance. He has informed the ICC through the PCB that he will contest the case. The ICC will now form an independent tribunal within two weeks to hear the case. "We, on behalf of Yasir, have exercised the right of appeal and informed the ICC... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
2015 AFL season in review: James Hird, Mick Malthouse, Harley Bennell, Adam Goodes, Lance Franklinbut later reveal they believe the substance may have laced a recreational drug
2015 AFL season in review: James Hird, Mick Malthouse, Harley Bennell, Adam Goodes, Lance Franklin
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted a month ago
but later reveal they believe the substance may have laced a recreational drug they took while at a festival. AFL anti-doping tribunal dismisses Essendon case THE 34 players under a doping cloud are cleared by the AFL anti-doping tribunal... Read more
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heraldscotland
In full: the New Year's honours listFor philanthropic service. (Tenterden, Kent) Alan Colin Drake Yarrow. Formerly
In full: the New Year's honours list
heraldscotland / Posted 1 months ago
For philanthropic service. (Tenterden, Kent) Alan Colin Drake Yarrow. Formerly Lord Mayor of London. For services to International Business Inclusion and the City of London. (London) Order of the Bath DCB Ms Linda Margaret Homer, CB. Chief... Read more
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