AFL fines seven clubs for anti-doping breaches

Seven clubs have been fined for breaching the rules regarding theĀ information of player whereabouts under the AFL anti-doping code.

Collingwood, Essendon, the Western Bulldogs and St Kilda have all been $2500 for one anti-doping breach.

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Geelong and West Coast have both been fined $5000 each for two breaches each, while Hawthorn has been sanctioned $7500 for three breaches.

Under anti-doping rules, all AFL clubs must provide complete up to date whereabouts information of all players at all times for testing purposes.

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  1. What a crock! How the hell can a club be responsible for knowing where all their players are 24/7? Surely the onus is on the players to inform the club of their whereabouts if this is a requirement of the drug testing policy.

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