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Beattie: NRL must expand or die

New ARL Commission chairman Peter Beattie has a simple message for the NRL: expand or die. Beattie wasted little time putting expansion back on the table on his first day on the job on Wednesday after replacing outgoing chair John Grant at the ARLC AGM. Crucial to his vision will be establishing a national footprint, […] Article link: Beattie: NRL must expand or die. Written by AAP, on The Roar - Your Sports Opinion.

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