Have you been anywhere outside of training? Where did you go? What time did you leave? What was the reason? They're the four mundane questions that would've helped remove South Sydney supercoach Wayne Bennett's confusion over what he can and can't do inside the NRL bubble. It would've also saved Bennett $20,000 and two weeks in quarantine if only he had've been using the NRL's coronavirus app correctly. Canberra Raiders halfback George Williams revealed the app had been helping keep the Green Machine on the right path since they entered the bubble three months ago. Not only did Bennett break the rules by going out to lunch at a fancy Italian restaurant in Sydney, but he also broke the rules by not entering the details of the aforementioned feast in the app. It was one of a string of recent biosecurity breaches, along with Brisbane Broncos forward Tevita Pangai jnr's trip to the opening of a barbershop - which has him on the verge of having his contract torn up.