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The National Rugby League has today referred investigations into betting activity surrounding the Round 24 match between the Bulldogs and the Cowboys to the NSW Police.<br><br>During the last week the NRL has, with the assistance of Mr Ray Murrihy and betting agencies, reviewed an unusually large number of bets placed on the first point-scoring option in the match.<br><br>The focus of the NRL’s investigation to date remains the extent of the betting activity and any irregularities that it may present.<br><br>“Clearly this is a matter that requires the most thorough investigation possible and we believe it is in everyone’s interests for the Police to be involved,” NRL Chief Executive, Mr David Gallop, said today.<br><br>“We have informally shared with them the information that has been compiled to date and will continue to work with them to assist with any investigation that may result.<br><br>“At this stage the NRL has not made any accusations against any individuals.”
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