Cameron Munster lets slip he enjoyed ‘a couple of beers’ after his drinking ban ended

Cameron Munster lets it slip that he enjoyed ‘a couple of beers’ at the Storm Awards night after his 12-month suspension ended… as Gun Five-Eighth admits he ‘wouldn’t mind orange and black’ in the middle of talks about moving to los tigres

  • NRL star Cameron Munster has revealed he has broken his alcohol ban
  • The 28-year-old was banned from drinking alcohol after the white powder scandal in Melbourne.
  • He attributed his exceptional performances to being a teetotaler for the season.
  • However, he did let it slip that he had ‘a couple of beers’ at a Storm Awards ceremony.

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Cameron Munster has revealed that he has broken his drinking ban after the conclusion of the 2022 season, teasing that his future could lie with Wests Tigers.

Munster has been the subject of widespread speculation throughout the 2022 campaign, as he approaches the start of the final year of his Melbourne contract.

Regardless of all the talk in the media, the 28-year-old has achieved sublime form for Craig Bellamy’s side and has credited an alcohol ban, given after Melbourne’s infamous white powder scandal, as one of the key reasons behind their excellent performances.

Cameron Munster has revealed he broke his self-imposed alcohol ban this week

Cameron Munster has revealed he broke his self-imposed alcohol ban this week

But before Wednesday’s Dally M awards ceremony, Munster let it slip that he had had a drink after the 12-month ban ended, admitting he had a “couple of beers” at a Storm awards ceremony.

“I had a couple of beers last night at the player of the year awards, but I’ll most likely do it again.” [the ban] next year,’ he told Fletch and Hindy.

Munster also teased that he “wouldn’t mind orange and black” amid speculation the Tigers have made a late push to land the star for 2024.

The 28-year-old stopped drinking alcohol during the season and his performance improved

The 28-year-old stopped drinking alcohol during the season and his performance improved

The 28-year-old stopped drinking alcohol during the season and his performance improved

The reveal came after a miscommunication with the two hosts, who thought he said Bellamy was a ‘tiger guy’ rather than a ‘tight guy’ when they compared his dress to Storm’s trainer.

“That’s an insult,” Munster said. “He’s a tight guy and has the worst dress sense, so I don’t know if I’ll take that as a compliment.”

‘Did you say he’s a tiger guy?’ He was asked Munster.

He clarified: ‘He’s a tight guy. But tigers look good too, I wouldn’t mind orange and black!

When asked about a possible $8 million deal over three years, Munster quipped, “That would look good, wouldn’t it?”

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