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SportJack de Belin to learn NRL fate on Friday

15:50  15 may  2019
15:50  15 may  2019 Source:   msn.com

De Belin to learn NRL fate next week

De Belin to learn NRL fate next week The judgment in Jack De Belin's Federal Court case against the ARL Commission and NRL will be handed down next week.

St George Illawarra and NSW forward Jack de Belin will learn if his legal action against the NRL and ARL Commission has been successful on Friday .

Jack de Belin has been stood down under the NRL 's new "no-fault" rule. The Federal Court has confirmed that Justice Melissa Perry will hand down her judgment in de Belin 's case against the ARL Commission and NRL on Friday at 4pm (6pm NZ time).

Jack de Belin to learn NRL fate on Friday© AAP Images St George Illawarra and NSW forward Jack de Belin will learn if his legal action against the NRL and ARL Commission has been successful on Friday.

St George Illawarra forward Jack de Belin will soon learn if he will be allowed to return to the NRL.

The Federal Court has confirmed that Justice Melissa Perry will hand down her judgment in de Belin's case against the ARL Commission and NRL on Friday at 4pm.

The NSW State of Origin lock, who is facing a sexual assault charge, launched legal action after he was stood down under the code's new "no-fault" rules.

The rules, which were rubberstamped in March, allow the NRL to stand down any player accused of a serious crime which carries a jail sentence of 11 years or more.

Jack de Belin court decision is 'imminent', according to NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg

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Jack De Belin is also implicated in the same assault. For the last three days, De Belin 's lawyers have argued that NRL CEO Todd Greenberg and ARL Commission chairman Peter Beattie had no justification for the policy, which was described by barrister Martin Einfeld as "draconian".

St George Illawarra star Jack de Belin will next week learn if he will be allowed to return to the NRL . Federal Court set to rule on NRL fate of St George-Illawarra Dragons’ Jack de Belin ’s. De Belin has been charged with the aggravated sexual assault of a 19-year-old woman in a Wollongong unit.

De Belin was charged with aggravated sexual assault of a 19-year-old woman in a Wollongong unit last December.

He has pleaded not guilty.

De Belin and his lawyers have argued that the rules represent a restraint of trade and unlike other professions and codes, he was not able to appear before a disciplinary hearing.

NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg and ARLC chairman Peter Beattie made the case for the rules after the game's "summer from hell", during which several players were charged with serious offences.

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