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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    The NRL's controversial no-fault stand down policy has been slammed as unfair and inconsistent by the rugby league's players' union after Josh Reynolds and Tyrone May were given the all-clear to play in 2020

    The NRL's controversial no-fault stand down policy has been slammed as unfair and inconsistent by the rugby league's players' union after Josh Reynolds and Tyrone May were given the all-clear to play in 2020


    Panthers utility May was last year stood down after being charged with filming four sex tapes without consent before being convicted and handed a good behaviour bond for three years.

    He'll also have to perform 300 hours of community service and been fined 25 percent of his 2019 salary by the Panthers.

    Reynolds was charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm relating to an alleged domestic violence incident in December.

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