The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and Des Hasler part ways, effectively immediately.
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WAYNE Bennett and Phil Gould on the same team?
Strangely enough, that will be the case on the Gold Coast this weekend (February 7-8) when last year?s State of Origin coaches impart their knowledge to over 350 rugby league personnel.
In a range of seminars held especially for volunteers, Bennett and Gould will speak to administrators, coaches, match officials and first aid providers at the Radisson Resort Palm Meadows.
Bennett will focus primarily on the rewards and value of volunteering, while Gould will speak about the future of rugby league outside of professional and semi-professional competitions.
Another lecturer sure to raise plenty of interest is Paul Broughton from the Gold Coast NRL Bid team.
Broughton will talk about the logistics and time frame issues involved with gaining a third Queensland NRL license and will discuss the ways in which local community can assist.
Fifteen other speakers will appear at the Southern Division 2004 Administration Seminar including QRL managing director Ross Livermore, lawyer Steven Johnson and local council representatives Steven Gill and Rob Sewell.
Further seminars will be conducted in the Southern Division region over February as part of the Footy Facts Series.
For further information contact Troy Morton on (07) 3812 3314.