Canberra, Penrith want salary cap concessions for home-grown talent

Home-grown Panthers Brent Naden, Liam Martin, [Sam Ayoub‘s client] Brian To’o and Mitch Kenny are on a combined $450,000 and have played a significant role in sparking the club’s eight-game winning run.

Christian Nicolussi writes this story for Brisbane Times,

The players are part of the reason Penrith chief executive Brian Fletcher says it’s now time for clubs who develop their juniors to be properly compensated.

Read more here

Comments are closed.