The NRL integrity portion is investigating claims Cronulla Sharks subordinate Josh Dugan breached NSW COVID laws past night.
Dugan and different antheral are facing fines of up to $10,000 aft they were pulled implicit successful the NSW municipality of Lithgow - 150 kilometres from their places of residence, according to News Corp.
Dugan was near successful Sydney portion the remainder of the squad relocated to Queensland for the remainder of the season.
The Sharks contacted the integrity portion aft uncovering retired astir the incidental this morning.
It's the 2nd COVID onslaught against Dugan aft the centre was fined $25,000 by the NRL past period for breaking the code's protocols.
NSW Police confirmed to News Corp that 2 men are expected to beryllium charged for the alleged breach.
"The men allegedly weren't wearing masks and checks revealed they were from Gymea and Alexandria," a constabulary spokesperson said.
"The operator allegedly told constabulary they were moving to the country and were going to provender animals, nevertheless aboriginal admitted they were heading to a friend's location for the weekend.
"They were directed to instrumentality home. About 40 minutes later, officers detected the aforesaid conveyance travelling distant from Sydney towards Yetholme. The men were stopped and again directed to instrumentality to their homes. Charges are expected to beryllium laid."
The Sharks and the NRL are liasing with police.
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