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Vindicated Hird wants to move on

Essendon coach James Hird feels vindicated by the not guilty finding from the AFL anti-doping tribunal.

Bombers cleared in supplements scandal

Essendon players have embraced one another and cheered on learning they had been cleared of using banned supplements by the AFL anti-doping authority. Mark Stevens reports.

AFL boss wants no ASADA appeal

AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan says he personally hopes ASADA will not appeal against the landmark anti-doping tribunal verdicts.

Glory's Risdon wants more wonder goals

Perth Glory defender Josh Risdon says he would love to earn a Socceroos debut in the near future, but he knows he needs to finish off the season strongly.

Concerns over deal to sharks players

The Essendon outcome has raised new concerns about whether Cronulla Sharks players should have accepted early guilty pleas. Ryan Phelan reports.

Dank unleashes on AFL, ASADA

Controversial sports scientist Stephen Dank says Essendon coach James Hird supported and believed in his 2012 supplements program at the club.

Suspended pair Hunt, Gill to face Rebels

Suspended stars Karmichael Hunt and Liam Gill will return for the Queensland Reds in Friday's must-win Super Rugby clash with the Melbourne Rebels.

Shocked Buckley backs AFL drug stance

Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley remains hopeful of a positive outcome for Lachlan Keeffe and Josh Thomas, but agrees they should be sacked if found guilty.

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