GEELONG forward Mathew Stokes has been suspended by the Cats from all club activities after being changed with trafficking and possessing cocaine.
Stokes, 25, was charged after drug raids on four properties in the Geelong area last Friday and appeared in Geelong Magistrates Court on Wednesday afternoon.
He was released on bail to reappear in March.
Where there's smoke, there's crack pipes.
Adrian Anderson certainly hammered the point about WADA and drug trafficking. "Under the WADA code, the standard penalties for trafficking range from four years suspension to a lifetime ban." Sounds like the AFL, although not 100% WADA compliant with their "three strikes" clause, have already decided who will take the responsibility for Stokes' punishment.