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Cronulla captain Paul Gallen. (Getty)
Paul Gallen, along with the majority of his 2011 teammates, has reportedly admitted taking banned substances after accepting ASADA bans.

Josh Jackson opened the scoring for the Bulldogs. (AAP)
Canterbury have all but secured their place in the finals with a comfortable win over Wests Tigers.

Jamie Soward. (Getty)
Panthers playmaker Jamie Soward says the key to his career best form is the free rein he's been handed.

Jamal Idris. (Getty)
Penrith star Jamal Idris says he is enjoying his football more than ever after taking a break to deal with depression.

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