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Cowboys captain Johnathan Thurston discusses the ruling with the referee. (Getty)
Sonny Bill Williams will reportedly boycott the Anzac Test after being caught up in the Kiwis' energy drink and sleeping spill scandal.

Nigel Plum. (Getty)
Gold Coast have relinquished top spot on the ladder, going down to a dogged Penrith.

Brett Stewart. (Getty)
Brett Stewart has been charged with a low-range drink-driving offence after failing a random breath test.

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