Corey Norman stood down by Parramatta Eels over drug charges

Corey Norman has been stood down by the Parramattta Eels for this weekend’s game after pleading guilty to drug charges.

The 25-year-old appeared in a Sydney court yesterday where he pleaded guilty to one charge of drug possession and one charge of possessing a restricted substance.

He was fined $400 for each charge and had a conviction recorded.


Overnight, the Parramatta Eels revealed that Norman had been stood down from the club’s Round 19 game against the Penrith Panthers on Sunday.

He is due to meet with the Eels’ disciplinary committee next week.