Former NRL star injured at party

NO ACTION will be taken against a former premiership-winning NRL player by his current club after he was reportedly injured in Byron Bay at a buck’s party.

Shane Perry, part of the Brisbane Broncos’ 2006 premiership-winning side, was reported to have suffered a fractured eye socket at the buck’s party several weeks ago.

Byron Bay police had no details on the alleged incident when contacted by The Northern Star.

Because the buck’s party was a private event, no action will be taken against Perry by his new club Norths, which competes in the Queensland Cup.

While the Queensland Rugby League, which runs the Queensland Cup, has the ability to discipline players who bring the game into disrepute, there is no indication it will take any action against Perry.



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