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Primus admits bet on AFL match

04/05/2010 08:06:56 PM Comments (0)

Port Adelaide assistant coach Matthew Primus has admitted making a bet on an AFL game in 2009 which breached the code's gambling guidelines.

The wager was part of a multi-bet involving the 2009 NAB Cup semi-final match between Geelong and Carlton and two English Premier League matches.

Primus on Tuesday night admitted making the bet in a statement issued by the club.

"I take full responsibility for the placing of the bet, Primus said.

"It was not my intention to bet on an AFL game but I am well aware of the AFL rules and will accept any sanction imposed."

The bet was made from a laptop computer assigned to Primus.

Power Football Operations Manager Peter Rohde said the club would liaise with the AFL in relation to an appropriate sanction and not make any further comment until the sanction is determined.

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