8 April 2021

ASADA ban former Cavalry Jason Sloane for four years

| Lachlan Roberts
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Former Cavalry player Jason Sloane at Narrabundah Ballpark.

ASADA have banned former Canberra Cavalry player Jason Sloane for four years for taking performance-enhancing drugs.

Sloane will be banned from 2 May 2017 to 1 May 2021, with the ASADA releasing the sanction on Thursday, February 1.

Sloan tested positive for boldenone and its metabolite 5b-androst-1-en-17b-ol-3-one on the 15th of December 2016 when Cavalry faced Perth Heat at Narrabundah park.

Jason’s brother Aaron Sloan was also facing a four-year ban for testing positive to an illicit substance, but ASADA are yet to make an official announcement.

The 29-year-old Canberran played five seasons for Cavalry when he played his latch match for the Canberra side January last year.

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