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When a blockbuster Rugby League game is on the cards, clubs balance a fine line between the needs of those fans who have tickets and those who are unable to secure them.
When the game is at a smaller, suburban ground it is mighty tempting for Sydney clubs to consider moving such games to a larger stadium that will accommodate move fans and subsequently raise more revenue.
The Dragons clash with the Bulldogs last night promised to be one of these blockbuster games. Scheduled for the Dragons Kogarah base, WIN Jubilee Stadium, the game was a sellout.
Media reports throughout the week centred on the Bulldogs boss Todd Greenburg