NRL club Manly face hefty penalties for alleged salary cap breaches

  • NRL handed Sea Eagles breach notice for alleged breaches spanning five years
  • Two officials accused of orchestrating scheme given show-cause notices

Manly could be facing a hefty fine and two officials could be deregistered after the NRL accused the club of salary cap breaches. The NRL on Monday issued the Sea Eagles with a breach notice over alleged salary cap breaches over the last five years.

The governing body said the Sea Eagles were facing a “significant” penalty after the integrity unit concluded its investigation into the club.

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