Former NRL player arrested in Kingscliff on drug charges

FORMER NRL player and Tweed man Matt Seers has been arrested in Kingscliff over drug supply and trafficking. 

Queensland Police have confirmed a Chinderah man, 40, was on Tuesday on 15 counts of supplying a dangerous drug and one count of trafficking a dangerous drug, the Brisbane Times reports. 

It's understood both Queensland Police and the Crime and Misconduct Commission were involved in the investigation which led to his arrest. 

He was granted bail and is due to appear at Southport Magistrates Court on February 10. 

Seers played for the North Sydney Bears and West Tigers and has also played State of Origin.

Seers is the cousin of former team-mate Craig Field, who was found guilty of manslaughter in December. 



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