NRL never agreed to hold 30 games a year at redeveloped Parramatta stadium, parliamentary inquiry hears

A key claim supporting the New South Wales government’s business case for a new western Sydney stadium was never agreed to by the NRL, a parliamentary inquiry has been told.

The business case for the $300m redevelopment of Parramatta stadium anticipated that 30 NRL games per year would be played at the new venue. But the sport’s second-in-command on Monday said the league had never agreed to that.

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