Australian Rugby Union chief Bill Pulver has promised to be even more vigilant in the fight against performance-enhancing drugs.
Pulver is confident his code is clean but in the wake of the Australian Crime Commission probe into doping, in which six National Rugby League clubs were investigated, the ARU chief executive knows it is more important than ever that players are tested regularly.
Pulver, who received a personal briefing from the ACC and Australian Sports Anti-Doping Association (ASADA) last Wednesday, confirmed he has not been notified of any alleged cases of drug use by elite rugby players in Australia.
"We have another meeting of the chief executives in Melbourne tomorrow where I think we'll learn more from the Australian Crime Commission and ASADA about the steps going forward.
"And those steps are obviously trying to entice players to come forward so that in the event that they admit the issue they'll maybe have a six-month ban where if they get caught independently they could be wiped out of the game for four years or even potentially go to jail.
"I must say I'm pleased with the state of that issue from a rugby perspective.
"I think we were proactive with our integrity unit back in 2010 but I just don't want to be complacent and we need to be even more rigorous going forward."
Pulver, who is only nine days into his tenure as ARU chief, also put the five Super Rugby franchises on notice to perform this season after disappointing 2012 campaigns.
"Last year we came third, seventh, 11th, 13th and 14th, and frankly that's not good enough," he said.
"I would love to think one of our teams is going to win the competition and that all of them get inside the top 10.
"It feels like (the season has) been a long time coming. I think our five teams are very well advanced in their preparations and I'm looking forward to a really successful season."
Pulver concedes the 15-man code has lost some of it die-hard fans in recent years but remains upbeat about the short-term future of the game.
"In some areas, to be frank, we've lost a little bit of our core support base and that's been reflected by slipping game attendances and declining TV ratings but I think it's going to be very easy to get that back," he said.
"With the right plans in place, I'm completely confident we can get this game growing again. I think we have a lot of opportunity ahead of us."
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