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Sacking ‘huge wake up call’ to players

August 28, 2018
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The sacking of a Newcastle Knight is a wake up call to rugby leagueplayers but more education is needed, says special adviserCatharine Lumby. (Sydney Morning Herald — 22 February, 2005)
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The Newcastle Knights are considering an alcohol ban for their awaygames as they face the prospect of losing a major sponsor over lastweekend’s drunken rampage in Bathurst. (The Age — 23 February, 2005)
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The sacking of Newcastle Knights player Dane Tilse will serve as a wake up call to younger players but more education is needed, NRL special adviser Catharine Lumby said today. (The Australian — 22 February, 2005)
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The Knights were not expecting police to lay charges of indecentassault after players went on a drunken rampage in Bathurst, theNRL club’s chairman says. (Sydney Morning Herald — 22 February, 2005)
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Newcastle Knights chairman Michael Hill says he does not agree with the National Rugby Leagues (NRLs) conclusions about the clubs supervision of its players after a dozen players from the club ran (ABC News — 22 February, 2005)
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The Newcastle Knights NRL sacked a player and issued fines of$50,000 after a drunken rampage in a university in Bathurst. (Sydney Morning Herald — 22 February, 2005)
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The Newcastle Knights NRL club last night sacked one player and issued fines totalling $50,000 following a drunken rampage in a university dormitory in the NSW town of Bathurst at the weekend. (The Australian — 22 February, 2005)
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Police say they have no evidence to support claims that a member ofthe Newcastle Knights team indecently assaulted a student atCharles Sturt University in Bathurst. (Sydney Morning Herald — 21 February, 2005)
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The manager of sacked Newcastle Knight Dane Tilse says the clubs decision to tear up his clients contract after a drunken rampage at Bathurst over the weekend was hasty and influenced by the medi (ABC News — 23 February, 2005)
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A Newcastle Knights player reportedly broke into a university dormand put his hands down a woman’s pants during an alcohol-fuelledrampage. (Sydney Morning Herald — 21 February, 2005)
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Shortly after Andrew Johns admitted the Bathurst debacle and subsequent sacking of Dane Tilse had caused immense disruption to the club’s preparations for the season, the disgraced rookie prop was locked in a room with a league-appointed psychologist. (The Australian — 7 hours ago)
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