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NRL clubs close in on perpetual licence

  • NRL clubs close in on perpetual licence

    SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 03: NRL CEO Todd Greenberg speaks to the media during an NRL press conference at NRL Headquarters on May 3, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. The NRL announced today preliminary findings relating to salary cap breaches by the Parramatta Eels dating back to 2013. The NRL issued breach notices to the Parramatta Eels today which would see the club lose accumulated points, be fined, and lose the 2016 Auckland Nines title. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

The 16 NRL clubs have moved a step closer to signing a perpetual licence after meeting with the game's chief executive Todd Greenberg on Thursday.

After accepting the NRL's funding agreement last year, which promised to deliver $100 million into their coffers each year, the clubs agreed to sign a perpetual licence.

In what was described as a positive meeting between the club's chairmen and the game's administrators, the clubs were presented with a copy of the licence agreement for the first time.

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