Dubbo's mayor and the Group 11 president want the NRL to do more for regional matches

Tom Barber
Updated November 4 2022 - 3:31pm, first published November 3 2022 - 4:14pm
Keen footy fans will have to go to places like Mudgee and Bathurst now interact with NRL players like Tom Burgess. Picture by Amy McIntyre
Keen footy fans will have to go to places like Mudgee and Bathurst now interact with NRL players like Tom Burgess. Picture by Amy McIntyre

Group 11 president Bob Walsh believes the NRL could be doing more to support bush football after the announcement Dubbo would not get a fixture in 2023.

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Tom Barber

Tom Barber

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I cover a mixture of news and sport for the Liberal after graduating from university in 2020. If you've got a story feel free to flick me a message tom.barber@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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