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National Rugby League, RLPA To Seek Fixed Share Of Revenue

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 02 / 22 / 17

The National Rugby League's 16 club captains are expected to "lend their considerable weight" to the Rugby League Players Association's "drive to secure a fixed share of the code's revenue" at a meeting with NRL CEO Todd Greenberg in Sydney on Thursday, according to Chris Barrett of the SYDNEY MORNI...

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