Kingsport, Queensland, March 19, 2020 – In the wake of a spate of minor criminal convictions that led to the NRL suspending two players for one year, the game’s governing body has issued a stern warning to those who try to take advantage of the NRL ‘bust-out’ rule.
Read moreKingsport Police Inspector David MacLean has called for caution to be used in any activity that could “result in an arrest, penalty or fine for a breach of the ‘busted’ rule” and said “busting” was an offence under the NRL code.
Read the full article Kingspirit Rugby Club and Kingsport Rugby League Club Council have been hit with a suspension from the NRL.
A total of 14 Kingsport players and staff have been fined for breaking NRL code rules by failing to report players, players’ clubs or other team officials when they are off the field.
A full copy of the Kingsport and Kingspinner statement is below:Read the Kingspriters statement on the incident below:Kingsport Rugby Club &Kingspirit Police Department issued the following statement regarding arrests for breaching NRL rules.”
We believe that these players should have been caught in the act and that is why we are appealing against their suspensions.”
A full copy of the Kingsport and Kingspinner statement is below:Read the Kingspriters statement on the incident below:Kingsport Rugby Club &Kingspirit Police Department issued the following statement regarding arrests for breaching NRL rules.
Kingsport police are investigating an arrest made by the Kingspit Rugby Club for an alleged breach of NRL rules at the Kingsdown Rugby Club.
The incident took place at the club’s clubhouse, in Kingsport.
It is understood that the alleged breach occurred after a Kingspitter failed to comply with a request for a meeting to discuss player discipline.
During the incident, the alleged offender was arrested and charged.
The NRL are in the process of reviewing all NRL clubs to ensure the behaviour of all staff does not pose any risk to the game.
Kingspritters statement on arrest: “The Kingsport Police Department are investigating the arrest of a Kingsport player for an allegation of breach of discipline by failing, without reasonable excuse, to comply.
At this stage we are not aware of any further incident at the venue.
We are in discussions with the club to ensure all the clubs behaviour is consistent with NRL Code of Conduct and is not in breach of Code of Ethics.
Kingspirt Rugby Club is fully cooperating with the investigation. Read more.