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Jessica Mauboy the face of NRL

jessica mauboyJessica Mauboy was named as the new face of the National Rugby League.

NRL General Manager of Marketing and Commercial, Paul Kind believes the association with the former Australian Idol contestant will open new doors for the game as it looks to reap the benefits of a billion dollar broadcast rights deal.

"As a consequence of the new broadcast partnerships, the NRL has access to significantly...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 15 February 2013 12:38

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Kurtley Beale flyhalf at final hitout for RaboDirect Rebels

aapone kurtley_bealeKurtley Beale will play at flyhalf for The RaboDirect Rebels in the final trial match against the Hurricanes at Simonds Stadium in Geelong.

In a much anticipated return, Kurtley will suit up for the Rebels in what is poised to be the biggest year in the history of Rugby Union in the state of Victoria.

Head coach, Damien Hill was upbeat about Kurtley's return but saw the importance...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 15 February 2013 12:37

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