Manly fine quartet for Gladstone curfew breach
Manly Sea Eagles have fined four players who breached a team curfew in Gladstone last month 1500 Australian dollars apiece after completing an internal review.
The NRL club last week slapped captain Daly Cherry-Evans with a $10,000 fine after he was reportedly involved in an altercation with team-mate Jackson Hastings.
Half-back Hastings was banished to the club's reserve-grade team following two incidents involving Cherry-Evans.
Another six players were initially expected to be fined for breaching team orders on a night out which included a trip to a strip club, but Manly on Tuesday revealed that an additional four unnamed players have been sanctioned.
"Manly Warringah Sea Eagles have today completed its review of an internal matter involving four players who breached a team curfew during its recent trip to Gladstone." a club statement said.
"The players involved will each be issued with a formal breach notice and a fine of $1500.
"The players have accepted full responsibility for their actions and due to welfare and privacy issues, the club will not be publicly disclosing the names of the players.
"The club now considers the review of this matter complete."