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ME Bank Chief Executive Jamie McPhee said today ME Bank has decided to terminate its sponsorship agreement with the Melbourne Storm Rugby League Club.
SKINS, the world leaders in high performance dynamic gradient compression wear announced today it is withdrawing from its sponsorship of the Melbourne Storm.
MELBOURNE Storm has issued the following media statement following the NRL penalty imposed on the club.
THE NRL has today stripped the Melbourne Storm of the 2007 and 2009 Telstra Premierships, the Minor Premierships of 2006-8 and of its 2010 competition points after confirming a series of salary cap breaches amounting to at least $1.7million over five year
WIGAN Warriors now penalised 4 points for salary cap breaches from last season's quest to avoid relegation.
ST Helens, Bradford and Wigan to face an independent tribunal with risk of points deduction and fines regarding charges of breaching the 2006 salary cap.
WESTS Tigers Rugby League Football Club will challenge the National Rugby League Board decision today to fine the club $50,000 for an alleged technical salary cap breach
THE St George Illawarra Dragons today expressed surprise that the NRL Board has resolved to issue the Club with a breach notice for 2006
THE National Rugby League Board has today confirmed salary cap fines totaling $464,849 against seven clubs as a result of the final audit for the 2006 season.
RUGBY League's salary cap woes...
PROPOSALS to reduce the number of overseas players in Super League and change the salary cap are being considered.