Chris Barrett Australian Olympians have slammed the deal struck between the Australian Anti-Doping Authority and more than a dozen Cronulla players from the Sharks' 2011 squad.
Adrian Proszenko Former Cronulla coach Peter Sharp has spoken for the first time since leaving the Sharks, describing the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority's investigation as "flawed" and a "terrible" blow to...
Brad Walter World Anti-Doping Authority officials have refused to rule out an appeal against the backdated suspensions offered to members of Cronulla's 2011 squad that would allow the players to miss just three...
Michael Carayannis, Adrian Proszenko Cronulla could field nearly half a squad of part-time footballers should the likes of Paul Gallen and Anthony Tupou take up ASADA's offer of a one-month ban.
Roy Masters If Sharks players admit they were ‘‘doped and duped’’ during the supplements program in place at Cronulla during the 2011 season they will receive a three-week playing ban...
Michael Carayannis Now past and present Cronulla players have been issued with show cause orders the onus is on them to essentially disprove ASADA’s provisional findings.
Michael Chammas CRONULLA SHARKS v CANBERRA RAIDERS at Remondis Stadium, Sunday 2.00pm
Brad Walter Members of Cronulla's 2011 squad called to a meeting on Wednesday with ASADA and the NRL have been advised not to accept a reduced suspension simply to bring the 18-month saga to an end, while...
Brad Walter Members of Cronulla’s 2011 squad, who have been called to a meeting on Wednesday with ASADA and the NRL, have been advised not to accept a reduced suspension simply to bring the 18-month saga...
Adrian Proszenko Players involved at Cronulla during the club's controversial 2011 supplements program have received show-cause notices at a series of meetings with ASADA and the NRL on Wednesday.
Andrew Webster The offer on the table appears too good to be true: a backdated one-year ban, which means you miss precious little footy and some of the pre-season sandhills?
Roy Ward Melbourne Storm have spent the season searching for a game in which they weave attack and defence into the one performance.
Roy Masters Some of the Cronulla players accused of taking performance-enhancing drugs in 2011 could escape with a ban of as little as four weeks during the off season.
Roy Ward Cronulla coach James Shepherd doesn’t know if it was experience or positioning which cost his side in a 48-6 loss to Melbourne Storm on Saturday night.
Brad Walter After 18 months of anguish and uncertainty, the worst could finally be over for Cronulla officials, players and supporters.
Steve Mascord Only England appears likely to be unaffected. Every time a player from the other three sides fronts up to a media opportunity, he is likely to be asked about his missing teammate.
Andrew Webster Cronulla players past and present will meet ASADA and NRL suits in Sydney on Wednesday.
Brad Walter Players involved in the supplement program at Cronulla in 2011 are wary of accepting bans of six months or less as they maintain they never knowingly took any prohibited substances.
Emma Partridge Cronulla Sharks prop Andrew Fifita has been questioned by police after an alleged road rage incident in Sydney’s south.
Lee Gaskin Raiders centre Jarrod Croker is backing dumped captain Terry Campese "to get his confidence" back and prove his NRL career is far from over.