Adrian Proszenko

Adrian Proszenko

Adrian Proszenko is chief rugby league reporter at The Sydney Morning Herald

Manly Sea Eagles superstar Kieran Foran to join Parramatta Eels

Adrian Proszenko Kieran Foran is poised to sign a multi-million, four-year deal with Parramatta by the end of the week.

Former Gold Coast Titans CEO David May: We couldn't do more to stop drugs

Charged: Dave Taylor.

Adrian Proszenko Former Gold Coast chief executive David May has described the club’s drugs protocols as good as any in professional sport, saying nothing more could be done to prevent the dramas now rocking...

Brisbane Broncos may be next target in drugs investigation

Prepared for the worst: The NRL are bracing for the Brisbane Broncos to be dragged into the cocaine drug scandal that has engulfed the Titans.

Adrian Proszenko and Roy Masters The NRL is bracing for Brisbane to become the next club embroiled in the cocaine scandal amid fears Broncos identities will be the next to be handed notices to appear before Queensland’s Crime...

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NRL moved in on Gold Coast Titans after owners couldn't meet $1 million ultimatum

Bail out: NRL chief executive Dave Smith speaks to the media.

Adrian Proszenko The NRL terminated the Gold Coast’s licence after stakeholders Darryl Kelly and Michael Searle failed to meet an ultimatum to immediately inject $500,000 each to keep the club afloat.

Titans' rock and roll past comes back to haunt them

An unfortuante rock n roll promotion on the Ticketek website featuring Dave Taylor, who has been charged with drug offences.

Beth Newman and Adrian Proszenko In a week that the Gold Coast Tians, some marketing decisions are coming back to haunt them.

James Graham named new Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs NRL captain

Leading the troops: New Bulldogs skipper James Graham.

Adrian Proszenko Great Britain international James Graham will replace Michael Ennis as Canterbury captain for its 2015 campaign.

NRL takes control of Gold Coast Titans in wake of drug scandal

Caught in the net: Greg Bird of the Titans.

Adrian Proszenko The NRL's intervention, which is expected to be officially announced on Tuesday afternoon, puts paid to fears the Titans will be relocated or wound up.

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Queensland Crime Commission investigate Jason Smith’s activities at the 1994 Kangaroos reunion

Arrested: Former league player Jason Smith is alleged to have been involved in a drug ring.

Michael Carayannis, Adrian Proszenko Jason Smith's activities at the 1994 Kangaroos reunion formed part of the Queensland Crime Commission's investigation which led to the arrest of the former representative star.

Australian Crime Commission backflips on commitment to follow up drugs in sport report

Career in jeopardy: Karmichael Hunt.

Heath Aston, Adrian Proszenko The Australian Crime Commission has quietly abandoned plans to produce a follow up report to its explosive 2013 drugs in sport investigation, saying codes had acted to improve the...

NRL boss Dave Smith says he won't relocate Gold Coast Titans but will get tough on wayward players

Accused: Beau Falloon.

Adrian Proszenko The NRL has ruled out relocating the embattled Gold Coast as chief executive Dave Smith promises to come down hard on players bringing the game into disrepute.

Wests Tigers plan to get back in black and make top four by 2017

On board: Jason Taylor is optimistic about the club's future prospects.

Adrian Proszenko The Wests Tigers have publicly set themselves the ambitious goals of getting back into the black financially and becoming entrenched in the top four within just three years.

Jarryd Hayne showcases his speed in secret workout

Scrutinised: Hayne was supervised by renowned sprint coach Roger Fabri.

Adrian Proszenko Coogee Oval is a long way away from CenturyLink Field, but that’s where Jarryd Hayne went to work to ensure his NFL dream comes alive.

This is like smelling salts – relieved Ben Elias grateful for support during health scare

Legend: Ben Elias.

Adrian Proszenko Ben Elias has emerged with a new lease of life after learning he will be able to continue unaffected despite a benign tumour in his heart.

Football codes in chaos as three players facing cocaine charges

Karmichael Hunt

Michael Carayannis and Adrian Proszenko Three football codes have been thrown into chaos with fears up to 100 people are under investigation following investigation into cocaine supply led by the Queensland Crime Commission which resulted...

Wests Tigers players cleared after initial hepatitis tests come back negative

King of the kickers: Wests Tigers winger Pat Richards.

Adrian Proszenko The Wests Tigers players tested for hepatitis have been cleared to play in Saturday night's trial against Cronulla after the initial tests came back negative.

Code bosses fear Karmichael Hunt cocaine investigation could be blackest day in Australian sport

Troubled: Karmichael Hunt.

Adrian Proszenko, Michael Carayannis and Roy Masters The blackest day in Australian sport may have occurred on Friday but it may get even worse. Adrian Proszenko and Michael Carayannis report.

North Queensland Cowboys prop James Tamou looking to return to Sydney

James Tamou

Adrian Proszenko NSW and Australian prop James Tamou could make a shock shift to Sydney next year in a move that would free up funds for North Queensland to retain star forward Jason Taumalolo.

Sea Eagles five-eighth Kieran Foran won't field offers until making call on Manly deal

Key men: Manly halves Kieran Foran and Daley Cherry-Evans.

Adrian Proszenko The manager of Kieran Foran says he won’t talk terms with rival clubs until the star half makes a call on the four-year deal tabled by Manly.

Free Willie: Manly Sea Eagles forward Mason cleared over 'fight' with brother

Sibling revelry: Willie Mason as been cleared by the NRL following an incident at the Auckland Nines involving his

Adrian Proszenko The NRL integrity unit has cleared Willie Mason over his play-fight with brother Les, with the governing body poised to make a determination on the case of fellow Sea Eagles recruit Luke Burgess...

Manly Sea Eagles centre Steve Matai re-signs until the end of 2017

One-club man: Sea Eagles centre Steve Matai.

Adrian Proszenko Steve Matai will finish his career as a one-club man after re-signing with Manly until the end of 2017.

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