The Herald Sun brings news that Canberra’s young star Josh Dugan will face the magistrate for speeding despite already having a suspended licence:
Dugan will appear in ACT Magistrates Court next week to face charges of high-range speeding and driving while suspended.
The Daily Telegraph understands police will allege he was travelling at more than 105km/h in a 60km/h zone.
The NRL All Stars fullback pleaded not guilty to both charges from August last year that the Canberra Raiders chose to keep under wraps – not even informing the NRL as most clubs do out of courtesy when police charges are laid against their players.
They also organised his legal representation for the hearing on Thursday next week.
Josh’s management say he wasn’t aware of the suspension at the time in question.