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Warriors in the clear

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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

AUCKLAND - Warriors chief executive Wayne Scurrah says the club has not been contacted by the NRL over the Australian Crime Commission's investigation into performance-enhancing drugs.

"We have had no contact and prefer to leave any statements to the NRL," Scurrah said.

So far six NRL clubs — Manly, Cronulla Penrith, Canberra, Newcastle and North Queensland — have said they have been contacted by the NRL in relation to the ACC's report released last Thursday.


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