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Cowboys cleared after Integrity Unit investigation

The NRL Integrity Unit has completed its investigation into the North Queensland Cowboys and found there were no breaches of NRL Rules by any employees of the club.

A number of allegations were made against North Queensland Cowboys employees but after interviewing all parties involved and reviewing all evidence available to it, the Integrity Unit said no action would be taken against Cowboys employees.

The NRL has written to the North Queensland Cowboys chief medical officer concerning a regulatory matter which is outside the scope of the NRL Rules.

“The Integrity Unit conducted a thorough investigation of each and every allegation made, including interviewing all relevant parties and reviewing all available evidence," said NRL CEO Andrew Abdo.

"A significant issue was whether certain matters engaged the NRL Rules or were of a private nature. The NRL has not identified any breaches of the NRL Rules arising from the allegations.”

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