Police say no further action will be taken after the discovery of a container of liquid at the home ground of the Gold Coast Titans NRL team.
Club CEO David May says police found the vial of liquid in the plumbing inside a dressing room at Robina stadium during a bomb training exercise.
He says the club is not the only one that uses the dressing room.
He says there are 45 other teams that use the stadium.
"The important thing is it's been found and passed on to ASADA [the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority]," he said.
"Ultimately the best place for this to be investigated is ASADA and I'm sure they'll be able to provide more information as we go along.
"But it's not really something we can do anything about - because it's not something that's been found in our offices or in our building." Mr May says the Titans have a zero-tolerance policy on drugs that is strictly enforced.
He says he is confident the club is fully compliant with standards set and regulated by the anti-doping agencies.
Mr May says he has referred questions about the discovery to Stadiums Queensland.
Yesterday the Australian Crime Commission revealed it had found drug use was widespread across Australia's major professional sporting codes.