RFL To Reward Clubs For Home Grown Talent

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14 November 2011 by RR Editor

Super League clubs which develop and deliver talent for the national teams are to be rewarded with significant increases to the amount they can spend on players’ salaries.

Under changes agreed at a recent meeting of Super League clubs in Harrogate, clubs which produce players for England’s Elite Training Squ...

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