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Capitals players unfazed by possible WNBL points deduction in wake of Sydney Flames video scandal

James Buckley
By James Buckley
Updated December 30 2021 - 6:07am, first published 5:30am
Alicia Froling jostles for position with Kalani Purcell of the Sydney Flames in round one. Picture: Getty

Capitals forward Alicia Froling says her teammates have moved on from the private video scandal that rocked the WNBL before Christmas, despite Basketball Australia's plan to appeal an independent panel's finding to not dock competition points from the club.

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James Buckley

James Buckley

Sports Editor

James is a Queanbeyan boy enjoying his second stint at the Canberra Times, more than eight years on from his first. In between he's traveled the world, and spent time covering sport in Sydney.

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