Bulldogs Fined $5000 For ASADA Breach

Half of the fine is suspended for a year

Bulldogs Fined $5000 For ASADA Breach

The Western Bulldogs have been fined $5000 for breaching the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority drug testing code.

The Bulldogs failed to provide an up-to-date address for one of their senior players over the Christmas break, which is a violation.

Half of the total fine ($2500) has been suspended for 12 months.

The Bulldogs also breached the ASADA code in 2016 along with six other clubs - Hawthorn, West Coast, Geelong, Collingwood, Essendon and St Kilda.