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March 3, 2012

Feature: The millionaire double act at NRL’s Warriors say it’s about love, not money

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Eric Watson  predicts the Warriors  will soon win a premiership and  declares he  can envisage the team comprising only of Kiwi players, but he  stops short of  claiming the Auckland-based club now  has the wealthiest backers in the NRL  after New Zealand businessman Owen Glenn bought a 50 per cent stake.

Read the background to the deal and the plans Glennn and watson have for the future in the Sydney Morning Herald story here.

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