- Nov 28, 2017
- AFL Club
Doing some research on Google it states that Cocaine can stay in the system with a Urine test for up to 3 days heavy user 2 weeks... so he must have only just done it recently silly boy...
Closes after next weekend - make Chief laugh (the most) and win a prize!
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Probably goes a long way to saying how little these awareness sessions are doing to 18 and 19 year old kids. They think they'll get through no problems until they get caught.With all the awareness sessions the club facilitates for players for things like this these days this is beyond stupid!
Club had an eye on him were whispersProbably goes a long way to saying how little these awareness sessions are doing to 18 and 19 year old kids. They think they'll get through no problems until they get caught.
Interesting to see how it got in his system if he claims he never took it and will fight it.
T-Nicks is doing cartwheels right now. Can't believe his luck and that he will almost definitely remain on our list in 2020. It's about time we drafted/traded in a proper backup ruckman this off season!Nicholls the winner here.
Prefer Ruckmen that are mobile like Grundy or can mark the ball. Proper Ruckmen just too slow in modern games.Really disappointing conduct from young Brayden. Hopefully this doesn't ruin his brother's chances of getting drafted in a few months from now.
T-Nicks is doing cartwheels right now. Can't believe his luck and that he will almost definitely remain on our list in 2020. It's about time we drafted/traded in a proper backup ruckman this off season!
Crossley’s father, Troy Crossley — a Southport Sharks Hall of Famer — said the whole family was hurting but defended his son’s innocence as they push for the results of a B-sample taken three weeks ago.
(Brayden) is not responsible (for the positive test). We are totally confident Brayden is innocent. He doesn’t have the ability to lie.
We have pinpointed where we think it’s come from. We just want the results back (for the B-sample).
There will be a lot more to come out.
Assuming they were taken at the same time. That's not what the article claims. 'A' sample was urine, 'B' could be hair (way more accurate and detect drugs over long period)?
With hair testing, cocaine may show up in results for at least 90 days after someone has used the last dose.
That was my initial reaction* too, Explains the listing on the injury report.Well, there's your personal reasons.
Looks like I won't be just on the board for inputting medal votes tonight at work.I hope you've taken some kind of legal stimulant (Coffee, Red Bull), could be a busy afternoon and evening for you.
4 years is ridiculously excessive, especially given it was likely (I'm assuming) used in a social setting and not taken for performance enhancement purposes.
He's an A-Lister that would bring the AFL down if his drug use was publicised.How the fu** is buddy still in the league then?