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SBD Global/October 18, 2012/Leagues and Governing Bodies
NRL Clubs Will Get $500K Grants After League Gets Nine Network Payment
Published October 18, 2012
SMILING FACES: In Sydney, Honeysett & Read reported the NRL has always maintained that Nine's financial plight "had nothing to do with the delay in delivering on that promise, although clubs had been anxious." Canterbury Bulldogs CEO Todd Greenberg said that the payments "were welcome news for all clubs." Greenberg: "It certainly makes it easier for all 16 clubs to run our business. This $500,000 sustainability grant will put a smile on the faces of a number of chief executives tonight" (THE AUSTRALIAN, 10/18).