The NRL’s long-running pay dispute appears to be over, with the parties striking an in-principle agreement on Thursday evening pending documentation and ratification from the playing group.
Earlier this week, ARLC chairman Peter V’landys boldly declared that he could broker a deal within “two hours” if both parties returned to the negotiating table in good faith. Turns out he needed two days.
After refusing to speak to each other for months, the NRL and the players’ union met on…
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