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Canberra Times
AFL State of Origin: Players would have pocketed a five-figure bonusin front of almost 70,000 fans. The contest was marred by a knee injury to Vict
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
in front of almost 70,000 fans. The contest was marred by a knee injury to Victorian ruckman Josh Fraser. AFLPA chief Paul Marsh said last month there were no plans to reintroduce Origin. "There's all those sorts of issues making it... Read more
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The Age
AFL State of Origin: Players would have pocketed a five-figure bonusin front of almost 70,000 fans. The contest was marred by a knee injury to Vict
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
in front of almost 70,000 fans. The contest was marred by a knee injury to Victorian ruckman Josh Fraser. AFLPA chief Paul Marsh said last month there were no plans to reintroduce Origin. "There's all those sorts of issues making it... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
AFL State of Origin: Players would have pocketed a five-figure bonusin front of almost 70,000 fans. The contest was marred by a knee injury to Vict
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
in front of almost 70,000 fans. The contest was marred by a knee injury to Victorian ruckman Josh Fraser. AFLPA chief Paul Marsh said last month there were no plans to reintroduce Origin. "There's all those sorts of issues making it... Read more
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Canberra Times
Nathan Buckley, Ameet Bains and Ian Prendergast could replace Simon Lethleanhad been the general manager of player relations with the AFL Players Associati
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
had been the general manager of player relations with the AFL Players Association but missed out on the top job there when Paul Marsh was appointed. His understanding of all issues in the sport and his negotiation skills were praised by AFL... Read more
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The Age
Nathan Buckley, Ameet Baines and Ian Prendergast could replace Simon Lethleanhad been the general manager of player relations with the AFL Players Associati
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
had been the general manager of player relations with the AFL Players Association but missed out on the top job there when Paul Marsh was appointed. His understanding of all issues in the sport and his negotiation skills were praised by AFL... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Nathan Buckley, Ameet Baines and Ian Prendergast could replace Simon Lethleanhad been the general manager of player relations with the AFL Players Associati
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
had been the general manager of player relations with the AFL Players Association but missed out on the top job there when Paul Marsh was appointed. His understanding of all issues in the sport and his negotiation skills were praised by AFL... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Will the Ashes even get on the pitch?revenues and a cut of club revenue above projections. That negotiation was led
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 days ago
revenues and a cut of club revenue above projections. That negotiation was led by AFL Players Association chief executive Paul Marsh, who had previously been head of the Australian Cricketers’ Association, but moved across in 2014. And NRL... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
James Sutherland's greatest challenge?of the agreement. At the same time, he maintained a frank working relationship
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 22 days ago
of the agreement. At the same time, he maintained a frank working relationship with the longtime ACA chief executive Paul Marsh. Numerous former colleagues and associates of Sutherland were surprised when he intervened so stridently in the... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
AFLPLA boss Paul Marsh: Brett Geeves on ACA v CAMarsh family tree — and not Rod’s brother, Graeme, the golf course designer and
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 25 days ago
Marsh family tree — and not Rod’s brother, Graeme, the golf course designer and owner of 70 professional tour wins. Paul Marsh, the administrator. Former CEO of the Australian Cricketers Association. Current CEO of the Australian Football... Read more
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Canberra Times
Heads, you lose: cricket farcevariations, a player or two will speak up. They don't have much else to do. Th
Canberra Times / Posted 27 days ago
variations, a player or two will speak up. They don't have much else to do. This week, invited by media, former ACA head Paul Marsh chimed in. You could say it was none of his business, but he did successfully negotiate the last deal, and he has... Read more
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The Age
Heads, you lose: cricket farcevariations, a player or two will speak up. They don't have much else to do. Th
The Age / Posted 28 days ago
variations, a player or two will speak up. They don't have much else to do. This week, invited by media, former ACA head Paul Marsh chimed in. You could say it was none of his business, but he did successfully negotiate the last deal, and he has... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Heads, you lose: cricket farcevariations, a player or two will speak up. They don't have much else to do. Th
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 28 days ago
variations, a player or two will speak up. They don't have much else to do. This week, invited by media, former ACA head Paul Marsh chimed in. You could say it was none of his business, but he did successfully negotiate the last deal, and he has... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Cricket Australia pay dispute: Paul Marsh, AFL pay dealplaying a dangerous game by alienating and bullying the country’s cricketers, a
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 29 days ago
playing a dangerous game by alienating and bullying the country’s cricketers, according to former players association boss Paul Marsh who labelled recent tactics “disrespectful and unprofessional”. We are eight days away from a potentially... Read more
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Adelaide Now
The ‘dangerous’ game Cricket Australia is playingplaying a dangerous game by alienating and bullying the country’s cricketers, a
Adelaide Now / Posted 29 days ago
playing a dangerous game by alienating and bullying the country’s cricketers, according to former players association boss Paul Marsh who labelled recent tactics “disrespectful and unprofessional”. We are eight days away from a potentially... Read more
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WA Today
Cricket Australia's blunt pay dispute warning to playersand hinders the sport," a CA spokesperson said. "The AFL players, led by forme
WA Today / Posted 29 days ago
and hinders the sport," a CA spokesperson said. "The AFL players, led by former Australian Cricketers' Association head Paul Marsh, have instead embraced a pay deal which is more closely aligned with the proposal that Cricket Australia has... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Cricket Australia lying, says MarshAustralia of lying in its latest pitch to players. Five years ago, as Australi
Brisbane Times / Posted 29 days ago
Australia of lying in its latest pitch to players. Five years ago, as Australian Cricketers' Association chief executive, Paul Marsh signed off on a revenue-sharing agreement with CA, which expires next week without a new deal in sight. On Monday,... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
'From a business standpoint it's chaos'Paul Marsh, the former Australian Cricketers' Association chief executive, shar
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 30 days ago
Paul Marsh, the former Australian Cricketers' Association chief executive, shares his views on the pay dispute between CA and Australia's players 'To think [players] are not going to chase the T20 dollars and get paid what they're worth is just... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
Australia's pay fight endangers international gameinflux of domestic Twenty20 tournaments. That's the view of the former Austral
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 30 days ago
influx of domestic Twenty20 tournaments. That's the view of the former Australian Cricketers Association chief executive Paul Marsh, who broke his silence on the union's pay dispute with Cricket Australia after inking a new collective bargaining... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Captain’s day held at Worleburyas always, was hotly contested, but in the end it resulted in a clear win for t
Weston Mercury / Posted 30 days ago
as always, was hotly contested, but in the end it resulted in a clear win for the team of Graham Hewlett, Tony Westren, Paul Marsh and Julian Brown with 130 points. In second place with 126 were Paul Shearing, Michael Ham, Dean Nute and Jim... Read more
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WA Today
Cricket Australia 'lying', says MarshAustralia of lying in its latest pitch to players. Five years ago, as Australi
WA Today / Posted 30 days ago
Australia of lying in its latest pitch to players. Five years ago, as Australian Cricketers' Association chief executive, Paul Marsh signed off on a revenue-sharing agreement with CA, which expires next week without a new deal in sight. On Monday,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Cricket Australia 'lying', says Paul MarshAustralia of lying in its latest pitch to players. Five years ago, as Australi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 30 days ago
Australia of lying in its latest pitch to players. Five years ago, as Australian Cricketers' Association chief executive, Paul Marsh signed off on a revenue-sharing agreement with CA, which expires next week without a new deal in sight. On Monday,... Read more
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The Age
Cricket Australia 'lying', says Paul MarshAustralia of lying in its latest pitch to players. Five years ago, as Australi
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
Australia of lying in its latest pitch to players. Five years ago, as Australian Cricketers' Association chief executive, Paul Marsh signed off on a revenue-sharing agreement with CA, which expires next week without a new deal in sight. On Monday,... Read more
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Canberra Times
AFL clubs poised to splurge on stars after new collective bargaining agreement reacheda senior-listed player, with rookie wages at $71,500. McLachlan and AFL chairm
Canberra Times / Posted 30 days ago
a senior-listed player, with rookie wages at $71,500. McLachlan and AFL chairman Richard Goyder were joined by AFLPA chief Paul Marsh and president Matthew Pavlich in Adelaide on Tuesday in announcing the six-year contract, ending months of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
AFL pay deal sparks new battleground in cricket warAustralian Cricketers Association chief Alistair Nicholson was quick to praise
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 30 days ago
Australian Cricketers Association chief Alistair Nicholson was quick to praise the AFL and AFL Players Association chief Paul Marsh (a former ACA boss) for "embracing the virtues" of a partnership. "Partnership works - that's the message. And... Read more
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Canberra Times
AFL pay deal sparks new battleground in cricket warAustralian Cricketers Association chief Alistair Nicholson was quick to praise
Canberra Times / Posted 30 days ago
Australian Cricketers Association chief Alistair Nicholson was quick to praise the AFL and AFL Players Association chief Paul Marsh (a former ACA boss) for "embracing the virtues" of a partnership. "Partnership works - that's the message. And... Read more
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The Age
AFL pay deal sparks new battleground in cricket warAustralian Cricketers Association chief Alistair Nicholson was quick to praise
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
Australian Cricketers Association chief Alistair Nicholson was quick to praise the AFL and AFL Players Association chief Paul Marsh (a former ACA boss) for "embracing the virtues" of a partnership. "Partnership works - that's the message. And... Read more
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Perth Now
Pav helps players win big with pay deal$10.37 million per club to $12.4 million. "This wasn't an easy negotiation in
Perth Now / Posted a month ago
$10.37 million per club to $12.4 million. "This wasn't an easy negotiation in many respects," players association chief Paul Marsh told reporters. "But the thing is that we both kept listening to each other and we kept moving forward. "It... Read more
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The Age
AFL and players agree to new collective bargaining agreement28 per cent of unbudgeted club revenues through a mechanism yet to be publicly
The Age / Posted a month ago
28 per cent of unbudgeted club revenues through a mechanism yet to be publicly detailed by AFL Players Association chief Paul Marsh or AFL chief Gillon McLachlan. While there is an immediate salary jump, the increase will dip to 1.2 per cent in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
AFL and players agree to new collective bargaining agreement28 per cent of unbudgeted club revenues through a mechanism yet to be publicly
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a month ago
28 per cent of unbudgeted club revenues through a mechanism yet to be publicly detailed by AFL Players Association chief Paul Marsh or AFL chief Gillon McLachlan. While there is an immediate salary jump, the increase will dip to 1.2 per cent in... Read more
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The Mercury News
A Stockton somm dishes on California wine, city pleasuresThe best way to discover any town is to ask a local, so we checked in with cert
The Mercury News / Posted 1 months ago
The best way to discover any town is to ask a local, so we checked in with certified sommelier Paul Marsh, who opened the Mile Wine Company − a wine bar on Stockton’s Miracle Mile − with his wife Cindy in 2013. These days Marsh, who spent five years... Read more

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