The AFL anti-doping tribunal is said to have found sports scientist Stephen Dank guilty of charges relating to the Essendon supplements scandal.
But the Age website is also reporting that Dank was found not guilty of three charges relating to the administering of the banned substance Thymosin beta-4.
Last month, the same tribunal acquitted 34 current and past Essendon players of doping charges.
“The tribunal has found that the former Essendon support person (Dank) has been found guilty of 10 breaches of the AFL anti-doping code,” the league said on Twitter.
“The breaches include trafficking, attempting to traffick and complicity in matters related to a range of prohibited substances.
The AFL added that the tribunal would sit again on Tuesday, May 5 to decide on Dank’s penalty.