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Peni Terepo in action against the Dragons.

Parramatta National Rugby League Club (PNRL) have been made aware that Peni Terepo today pleaded guilty and was convicted in Auckland District Court for careless driving and refusing to give a blood alcohol test.

PNRL Club officials were only today made aware of the matter via media reports in New Zealand and were not advised of the incident by Peni.

Parramatta Eels Chief Executive, Bernie Gurr, has made the following comments:

"The club is extremely disappointed with Peni’s behaviour and we regard what’s taken place as extremely serious."

"Upon learning of Peni’s conviction, we have immediately alerted the NRL Integrity Unity this morning and emphasised that no club official was aware of this incident."

"Peni has been stood down from all official club duties effective immediately and will also not be considered for selection in our Auckland Nines squad."


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