Raiders prop David Shillington fails to comply with court order

Canberra, QLD and Australian prop David Shillington could find himself in some strife after being charged with breaching the conditions of his good behaviour order.

As part of the order laid down to him in March, following his second drink-driving offence, Shillington failed to complete a sober-driving course, despite it being a requirement in his order.

The 27-year-old was caught drink driving twice last year, and returned a blood-alcohol level of of .115, which is more than twice the legal limit.

It is alleged the Raiders prop missed two sessions of his court-ordered driving course, due to football commitments with the Raiders.

It’s also alleged that he has continually failed to appear at meetings with a corrections intake officer between the months of May and September, as well as travelling to New Zealand in November without the permission of corrective services.

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