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Origin stars to have $30,000-a-game payments scrapped – Sydney Morning Herald

There is serious doubt over the size of crowds and corporate support for this year’s series, which will be played on three consecutive Wednesdays in November. An Australian Financial Review report last year said the Origin series now generates $100 million per year.
Asked whether he would consult his senior players about the pay cuts, NSW coach Brad Fittler said: “I don’t think I’d even want to ask them, there’s so much on the line and it’s been such a tough year.
Our players understand the bi…

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