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    Warriors boss commend players' selfless attitude after the announcement of revised salary cap

    Warriors boss Cameron George has commended the players' selfless attitude after the announcement of a revised salary cap deal for the next two seasons

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    The cap's been reduced by six percent to 9.02 million Australian dollars but ensures job security especially at clubs like the Warriors who can't play home games at present and don't have revenue stream from a leagues club.

    Every club can retain a top-30 squad, plus a minimum of three development players.

    George says the move benefits all.



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