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#1 The Future is League

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Posted 19 November 2012 - 11:34 PM


#2 G Las D

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Posted 20 November 2012 - 09:36 AM

Yes, Queensland have been dealt a tough deal there, though this has happened before according to TFOL's report. Victoria too have been given just the left-overs of the feast being given just one game to stage in this period.
Over and above all this the new ARLC has nailed it colours firmly to the mast of the business of the game. It must make business sense in their eyes as this is described as a multimillion dollar deal. There again, SOO for seven years would be a multimillion dollars deal any which way.

Here's what's been decided for State of Origin for the next seven years:
2013: Sydney, Brisbane, Sydney
2014: Brisbane, Sydney, Brisbane
2015: Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane
2016: Sydney, Brisbane, Sydney
2017: Brisbane, Sydney, Brisbane
2018: Sydney, Brisbane, Sydney
2019: Brisbane, Sydney, Brisbane

​So there's one piece of your jigsaw in your holiday plans Brooza. Though no specific match dates were included here.


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Posted 20 November 2012 - 12:32 PM

That's fine, I don't have to go to QLD :)

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