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National Rugby League Side Canterbury CEO Raelene Castle Leaves Club

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 26 / 17

National Rugby League side Canterbury Bulldogs CEO Raelene Castle's "deteriorating relationship" with club Chair Ray Dib "has prompted her to walk away from the Bulldogs -- the final straw" in their "apparent divide over the future of club funding," according to Brent Read of THE AUSTRALIAN. Th...

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