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The_Wookie wrote: Thu Feb 20, 2020 3:21 pm
basically the minnowbourne storm made a loss


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The Roosters....

Be Great if they would investment there millions into Grassroots


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Thu Feb 20, 2020 7:05 pm The Roosters....

Be Great if they would investment there millions into Grassroots
isn't that what apparently those mini casino league clubs are for
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Yes, but the Chooks dont seem to be doing there fair share..


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Fri Feb 21, 2020 9:44 am Yes, but the Chooks dont seem to be doing there fair share..

I think being successful might be giving them a bad wrap.

The Roosters, through there major sponsor , Steggles have been donating $250 per point to children's charity , since 2010.

Although much of there territory , and there junior teams have been plundered and stolen by Souths over the years . Quiet a bit has turned around in that area in recent times.

They are also heavily involved in the NRL Woman's game and on the touch footy scene.


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Yeah though it is through the sponsor yeah?

I would like to see Roosters to really throw Millions and Millions into grassroots clubs.
like a heap of money on the North Shore and Eastern Suburbs..


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Fri Feb 21, 2020 9:44 am Yes, but the Chooks dont seem to be doing there fair share..
The Roosters only have a small number of junior clubs. They do however invest in the central coast through the Central Coast Roosters junior rep teams and other initiatives. They also apparently run programs in Adelaide and Perth. And they have have other community involvements although I don't know what the actual dollar figure is for all these things.

I agree that you would think they'd try to get more kids playing in their local areas. The eastern suburbs has changed a lot over the years so I assume the numbers just aren't there anymore.


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Be interested to know the Aussie rules numbers there ?


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Raiders boot property goal with $56m Bunnings sale

National Rugby League side the Canberra Raiders has almost doubled its money on a Bunnings warehouse investment after selling it to Home Consortium's newly floated Daily Needs REIT for $56 million.

The sports club paid $29.55 million in 2011 for the newly built large-format retail property in Sydney's Seven Hills as part of plans to expand its asset base and create new income streams.

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