The Canterbury Bulldogs have torn up halfback Lachlan Lewis’ contact after he allegedly took property belonging to the membership and tried to promote it on eBay.
The 25-year-old halfback was stood down for the ultimate two matches of the house and away season after the incident, along with his contract expiring on the finish of the season.
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Canterbury’s resolution was formally introduced on Tuesday night time, ending Lewis’ 43-game tenure with the membership throughout 4 seasons.
“After issuing Lachlan a breach discover and following due course of concerning his response, the membership has determined to half methods with Lachlan, efficient instantly,” Bulldogs CEO Aaron Warburton stated in a press release.
“The membership is dedicated to supporting Lachlan throughout this time and we want him all the perfect for the longer term.”
The choice to half methods with Lewis comes after Canterbury lately launched Adam Elliott from the ultimate two years of his personal deal following an off-field controversy.
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The pair of controversies involving Lewis and Elliott got here on the tail finish of a dismal on-field season for the Bulldogs, who completed with the picket spoon after simply three wins.
Lewis is amongst a listing of ten Bulldogs that haven’t been supplied a deal for 2022, a listing which incorporates ex-Origin duo Will Hopoate and Dylan Napa.
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