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Thurston’s warning to NRL: We won’t cop being short changed

johnathan thurstonThe NRL's best player Johnathan Thurston has a message for ARLC chairman John Grant - the players aren't bluffing and they won't back down in the fight for a pay rise.

Cowboys superstar Johnathan Thurston reiterated the players association demand for a salary cap increase to $6.5 million was not just about lining the pockets of the game's superstars but looking after the NRL battlers and...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 January 2013 22:35

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63 players picked in AFL draft

AFL singings_jake_neadeA total of 63 Indigenous footballers will be in the AFL next season following the completion of the league's draft period on Tuesday.

That number is well down on the 80 plus players in the AFL for a few seasons from about 2007.

Gold Coast, Geelong and Hawthorn lead the way with the total number of players on their respective lists, with six each, with Essendon, the...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 January 2013 22:34

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