A major step toward entering the Group 2 competition could be taken by Grafton Ghosts and South Grafton Rebels at tonight's NRRRL meeting.
A major step toward entering the Group 2 competition could be taken by Grafton Ghosts and South Grafton Rebels at tonight's NRRRL meeting. Debrah Novak

End of an era looming for Ghosts and Rebels

GRAFTON Ghosts and South Grafton Rebels will attend tonight's Northern Rivers Regional Rugby League meeting for what could be the last time.

The Ghosts and Rebels have made no secret of their intention to apply to play in the Group 2 competition, but they must first win majority support of NRRRL clubs.

If successful, the two Grafton-based clubs will be allowed to negotiate with Group 2 officials for inclusion in the 2014 season.

Each NRRRL club holds two votes each, while the seven members of NRRRL management cast one vote each. The meeting is expected to finish around 9pm. Updates will be made online.



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