Original article by Courtney Walsh
The Australian – Page: 1 & 2 : 13-Sep-19
West Coast Eagles football player Willie Rioli has been stood down by the club after it was revealed ASADA has alleged he substituted a urine sample during a drug test in August. Former ASADA chief Richard Ings says it ‘can never be for a good reason’ when someone substitutes a urine sample, and it is an act that normally results in a four-year ban. Rioli will not play for the Eagles, who are seeking to defend their 2018 premiership, for the rest of the season, but he can still train with them.
WEST COAST EAGLES FOOTBALL CLUB, AUSTRALIAN SPORTS ANTI-DOPING AGENCY