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The National Rugby League (NRL) has issued a Breach Notice to Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs player Adam Elliott for bringing the game into disrepute and failing to comply with biosecurity protocols.

The Notice proposes Elliott is fined $10,000 and must complete education and training.

The Notice alleges Elliott brought the game into disrepute after he was removed by security from a Gold Coast restaurant on 22 August. It also alleges that the conduct leading to his removal breached the Game’s biosecurity protocols. The proposed fine takes into account Elliott’s off-field disciplinary record.

The NRL has issued NRLW player Millie Boyle with a warning regarding her conduct at the restaurant and will be given education and training regarding the obligations of NRL and NRLW players in public. NRLW players are currently not subject to biosecurity protocols.

Elliott has 5 working days to respond to the Breach Notice.

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