Craig Garvey has been reinstated by the Dragons despite being found guilty of assault in September.
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St. George have reinstated prop Craig Garvey following approval from the NRL.
Garvey was found guilty of assault in September and was required to undertake community service.
The Dragons player was found guilty of assaulting a man in a Wollongong pub in February.
Garvey punched Christopher Allan repeatedly after the two got into an argument on the dance floor of Hotel Illawarra on February 27, leaving Allan with a cut to his left eye.
The Dragons say Garvey will return to first grade side on an “adjusted playing contract”.
“Throughout his time away from rugby league, the Dragons and NRL have worked with Craig from an Education and Welfare perspective and have now reached the conclusion that he is able to return to training with an adjusted NRL playing contract that includes confidential clauses in relation to his behaviour as a result of this incident,” a Dragons statement read.
“Garvey has joined his team mates and the club will make no further comment on this matter.”