If the only evidence they have is what she's said, it's going to be pretty tough to convert the charge into a conviction. Really, I have no opinion either way, it's not at all fair to cast any aspersions on either side as no one here knows what happened that night. The only thing we do know is they all willingly went to that place together, after that it appears it's a case of he/she said. Whether that, along with any supporting evidence is enough to land a conviction, only time will tell. It is a very serious charge though, is he going to be allowed to play in the meantime? These cases can go a very long time. If there is enough evidence and he is convicted, he should be de-registered for life no questions asked, no matter what the actual court sentence is.