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The NRL on Tuesday announced the conclusion of disciplinary proceedings against Isaac Moses in relation to his accreditation as an NRL player agent.

Following the conclusion of this process the league has determined that Moses' accreditation as an NRL player agent should be cancelled. 

The NRL found that Moses breached his obligations as an Accredited Agent in 2017 by procuring and assisting one of his clients, Tim Mannah, to give evidence to the NRL that was false and intended to mislead an investigation of the NRL Integrity and Compliance Unit. 

The determination found that Moses' conduct was in breach of the rules that govern the conduct of NRL player agents. 

"Player agents have a very influential role in the game and with the players they represent.  Where agents fail to adhere to the standards expected of them, we will intervene to take action under the NRL Rules," NRL interim CEO Andrew Abdo said. 

"That is what we have done in this case after a thorough investigation by the League's Integrity and Compliance Unit." 

Under the NRL rules, Moses has the right to apply to appeal the determination to the independent appeals committee. 

The cancellation of Moses' registration will not take effect pending confirmation of any appeal. 

This means that if leave to appeal is granted his accreditation will continue to be recognised until notified by the NRL. 

A statement released to the Courier Mail on behalf of Moses read: “We will be appealing the decision and reserve our rights to challenge any finding by the NRL in a court of law.” 

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