Sport Sharks settle supplements saga: report

19:56  14 february  2018
19:56  14 february  2018 Source:   msn.com

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An apparent .2 million settlement has reportedly ended the seven-year Cronulla drug saga involving 13 players from the Sharks ' 2011 NRL squad. They sued for negligence, breach of contract and intentional tort during a period in 2011 when sports scientist Stephen Dank ran a supplements

Cronulla Sharks face million dollar payout after settling supplements saga with 13 players. News Corp Australia is reporting two years of courtroom battles have ended with just over half of Cronulla's 25-man 2011 squad coming to a confidential settlement with the Sharks .

Anthony Tupou and fellow players from the Cronulla Sharks' 2011 NRL squad have reportedly received a $1.2 million settlement from the club. © AAP Image/Paul Miller Anthony Tupou and fellow players from the Cronulla Sharks' 2011 NRL squad have reportedly received a $1.2 million settlement from the club. The seven-year Cronulla drug saga is reportedly over, with 13 players from 2011 finally reaching an apparent $1.2 million settlement with the NRL club.

News Corp Australia is reporting two years of courtroom battles have ended with just over half of Cronulla's 25-man 2011 squad coming to a confidential settlement with the Sharks.

It is understood players will receive vastly differing amounts, ranging from $10,000 up to $300,000.

According to the News Corp report, the payout is covered by Cronulla's insurance company with the club only needing to foot about $100,000 spent on legal fees.

A string of high-profile players including Anthony Tupou joined together to take action against the Sharks.

They sued for negligence, breach of contract and intentional tort during a period in 2011 when sports scientist Stephen Dank ran a supplements program at Cronulla.

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