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AFL players to face possible three-month ban and $10,000 fine under new illicit drugs policy

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The AFL is on the verge of revealing its new illicit drugs policy, says Caroline Wilson.

She said on Sports Today players who tested positive twice would face a four-game suspension and $5000 fine.

Any player who reoffends after that is set to be subject to a three month ban and whopping $10,000 fine.

‘The AFL and AFLPA are so close to a resolution now,’ Caro said on 3AW.

‘We will potentially have a result of the new illicit drugs policy, certainly before the majority of players go on holidays which is next week.’

LISTEN: Caroline Wilson explains more on Sports Today

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