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THE recent handing down of the findings of NRL Chief Operating Officer Jim Doyles Elite Pathways Review will see a number of exciting changes for the Intrust Super Cup clubs next season.

Last week, the Queensland Rugby League were able to announce the official confirmation of a team from Papua New Guinea entering next years competition; and they were also able to offer more clarity on the primary and secondary affiliations with NRL clubs.

QRL TV caught up with most of the club CEOs at the announcement to get their thoughts on what lies ahead for their clubs next season.

Head to the Multimedia section of the website to watch videos from the clubs listed below:

Central Queensland Capras Walson Carlos (Operations Manager)

Wynnum Manly Seagulls Scott Thornton

Norths Devils Mark Murray

Mackay Cutters Glenn Ottaway

Burleigh Bears Damian Driscoll

Sunshine Coast Sea Eagles Chris Flannery

Northern Pride Brock Schaefer

Ipswich Jets Wayne Wendt

Easts Tigers Des Morris

PNGRFL Intrust Super Cup team Sandis Tsaka (Deputy Chair)

PNGRFL Intrust Super Cup team Brad Tassell
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