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The NRL Appeals Committee has upheld findings that Isaac Moses breached his obligations as a player agent in 2017.

Moses’ accreditation under the NRL Player Agents Accreditation Scheme was cancelled by the NRL in June. Moses appealed that decision.

The NRL confirmed in a statement released on Tuesday the independent appeals committee upheld the findings that Moses "breached his obligations as an Accredited Agent in 2017 by counselling, procuring and assisting one of his clients to give evidence to the NRL that was false and intended to mislead an investigation by the NRL Integrity & Compliance Unit".

The Appeals Committee will now hear submissions on whether the cancellation of Moses’ accreditation should be confirmed or some other sanction be imposed.

The NRL said the cancellation of Moses’ registration will not take effect until notified by the game's governing body.

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