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PostPosted: June 26, 2014, 6:32 am
Cronulla Sharks chief executive Steve Noyce says NRL territorial draft proposal worth another look

Cronulla chief executive Steve Noyce believes the NRL must revisit the failed 2004 territorial draft proposal to open new sources of junior talent to clubs and ease the poaching that has infuriated teams such as the Wests Tigers, who invested heavily in development programs.

Sharks fans savaged Noyce's administration after Canterbury nabbed local junior Michael Lichaa, one of the NRL's rising stars. The Sharks replaced him with 30-year-old Bulldog Michael Ennis on a two-year deal reportedly worth $1million.

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