So the NRL has finally gone 'public' - more or less NRL draws a line in the sand on betting
Though I'm a tad confused by these two statements
Chief Operating Officer Jim Doyle said today an audit of betting records covering more than 1500 registered players, officials and staff found no evidence of serious abuse of the betting laws or match fixing.
But the NRL had imposed a range of suspensions, terminations and warnings to those who have breached the betting rules.
Can't have it both ways Mr Doyle ?
And of course the continued incorrect calls & video blunders by 'officials'
In addition, three casual game day officials have been terminated and nine others suspended for the rest of the season for betting breaches.
O O P S !