Former Sydney Roosters player Paul Carter has pleaded guilty to supplying cocaine at a Sydney nightclub to ex-teammate Shaun-Kenny Dowall.

Carter was seen in May supplying cocaine to ex-teammate Shaun-Kenny Dowall at a Sydney Ivy nightclub, in an incident which saw both players released from their contracts.

His matter has been adjourned for sentence on November 29.

Shaun Kenny-Dowall, who currently plays for the Newcastle Knights, narrowly escaped conviction after he pleaded guilty to 0.29 grams of cocaine at the nightclub.

At Kenny-Dowall's sentencing in June, Magistrate Greg Grogin came to the conclusion that the player had suffered a huge amount of “collateral damage” after his arrest, with his Roosters contract eradicated and his NRL registration officially revoked.

Grogin placed Kenny-Dowall on a 12-month good behaviour bond and didn't record a conviction.

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