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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Up to 10 Brisbane Broncos are under investigation by Australian police over possible breaches to covid-19 restrictions

    Up to 10 Brisbane Broncos are under investigation by Australian police over possible breaches to covid-19 restrictions


    The Courier Mail is reporting the players, including embattled forward Tevita Pangai Junior, socialised at a hotel earlier in the month.

    It would breach the NRL's strict agreement with Queensland Health, potentially putting the whole competition in jeopardy.

    In another bubble breach, Brisbane trainer Alfie Langer and conditioning duo Ryan Whitley and Blake Duncan were stood down after they attended a birthday party at a separate hotel.

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