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    Matt Walsh has no regrets about the direction he's taking the Breakers in

    Matt Walsh has no regrets about the direction he's taking the Breakers in


    The club's owner has come under fire for not maintaining the family friendly culture instilled by previous owners Paul and Liz Blackwell.

    Three off-court indiscretions in just over a week have compounded the team's two-and-seven record to start the season

    Walsh says he has to make changes as the club was financially struggling before he purchased it.

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    Accident and Emergency:
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    Law and Order:
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