There is an argument that rugby league clubs suffered harder throughout the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic than many other mainstream sports. With the beginning of the pandemic coinciding with the start of the new domestic season, rugby league clubs were believed to have incurred losses that changed the landscape of the sport as…

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