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NRL Expansion funding long overdue, but only the beginning

NRL Expansion funding long overdue, but only the beginning

17 Oct 2016

The NRL recently announced $3 million National Footy Facilities Funds to non-heartland areas is long overdue. This is something the administration should have focused on a long time ago.

Hayne cam jumping the shark

Hayne cam jumping the shark

15 Aug 2016

Last I checked rugby league is a team sport. While the individual brilliance of the best rugby league players are highlighted weekly within the rugby league community, the introduction of a camera to focus on an individual player is jumping the shark when it comes to rugby league.

Pub to professional: NRL stadiums heading in the right direction

Pub to professional: NRL stadiums heading in the right direction

18 Apr 2016

With the NSW Government announcing $1.6 billion in stadium development, rugby league benefits massively through the development of ANZ and Parramatta into modern rectangular stadiums.

Rugby league forever standing still

Rugby league forever standing still

20 Mar 2016

When newly appointed CEO Todd Greenberg ruled out expansion, once again rugby league is the code that stands still while other codes are willing to expand their national footprint.

Gold Coast rugby league would hibernate with Bears rebranding

Gold Coast rugby league would hibernate with Bears rebranding

29 Feb 2016

The very idea of the Gold Coast Bears is laughable. If it was to come to existence, you might as well thrown in the towel and give the Gold Coast to the AFL.

Rugby league people are incapable of running the code

Rugby league people are incapable of running the code

23 Oct 2015

With Dave Smith gone, it seems that the power-brokers and the media finally got their wish with CEO’s departure. From the beginning, Smith had an uphill battle to gain support from the rugby league community because he wasn’t a ‘league man’.

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