Emotional farewells as NRL players begin their COVID relocation to Queensland | 7NEWS

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It’s been moving day for rugby league’s biggest names as they began their COVID relocation. While the NSW Origin team left Kingscliff this afternoon, ready to cross the border for Game III on the Gold Coast tonight, earlier some of the game’s toughest players teared up, leaving family and fleeing for Queensland in a last ditch bid to keep the NRL competition alive. More: https://7news.link/36GtVWB

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