NRL player Willie Mason has pleaded guilty to one count of drink driving after he was breath-tested on his way to training.
The Knights forward allegedly recorded a blood alcohol reading of 0.09 after being pulled over for a random breath test on his way to training on January 27.
A plea of guilty was entered at Newcastle Local Court on Thursday.
He will be sentenced next month.
Mason took to Twitter after being nabbed by police.
"Jus want 2 say sorry to everyone. I take full responsibility it was bad judgment. I thought I was fine 2 drive. Obviously not.sorry again." he wrote on the social networking site on January 27.