Business of Sport: Oz netball’s sorry saga

Trevor McKewen
Fri, 24 Jun 2022

Business of Sport: Oz netball’s sorry saga
Netball Australia pays its players the bulk of its broadcasting fees. (Image: Getty)
Trevor McKewen
Fri, 24 Jun 2022
Oh, the irony. Rugby Australia (RA) fired its shot at its Kiwi counterparts last week and within 24 hours came a salient lesson on what’s at stake if the Ockers get it wrong.The threat from RA chair Hamish McLennan that the Aussies might walk away from Super Rugby Pacific at the end of next season and create its own national competition had no sooner left his pursed lips than came a bonfire in his own backyard.The next morning, in the face of a deep News Limited dive into its finances, the organisation in charge of Australia’s most...

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