Queensland NRL star in Covid breach, dumped from State of Origin after Dragons house party disgrace

ANOTHER NRL star is accused of Covid rules breach and is ruled out of State of Origin – just days after Dragons house party disgrace

Queensland’s State of Origin preparations have been thrown into chaos after a player was ruled out of game 3 because of yet another Covid rule breach by an NRL star.

Jai Arrow is understood to have been dropped from the Maroons’ squad after a breach in the Queensland camp on the Gold Coast on Wednesday.

The latest incident comes after 13 St George-Illawarra players were involved in a house party that breached Sydney’s Covid lockdown rules.

The NRL issued a total of $305,000 in fines over the incident, which saw controversial star Jack de Belin caught after hiding under a bed and the party’s host, Dragons player Paul Vaughan, sacked from his $800,000 contract.

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