Sam Barlow sentenced for anti-doping official assault

Sam Barlow sentenced for anti-doping official assault
 

A rugby league player who admitted assaulting a UK Anti-Doping Agency official has been ordered to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work.
Sam Barlow, 28, who plays for Leigh Centurions, was visited by Mark Dean at his home in Halifax, West Yorkshire in July 2015 for a random drugs test.
Mr Dean feared he was going to be punched by the "physically imposing" Barlow, Bradford Crown Court heard.
The judge told Barlow that jailing him would be "harsh and unjust".
'Aggression and abuse' Passing sentence, Judge Jonathan Rose told Barlow: "Your behaviour towards Mr Dean was... read more

 
30 September 2016 in Sport, Views: 28
Source: BBC
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