AFLNRL Industry News -Wednesday, May 24th 2017 The_Wookie May 24, 2017 0 Comments AFL Geelong chief executive Brian Cook has challenged the AFL to remain “true to their word” and fixture the Cats a home final at Simonds Stadium this season should the club win the right to host a non-Victorian club. NRL NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg is set to come under fire with the ARL Commission launching an internal inquiry into last week’s botched funding negotiations with the clubs. JOHN Grant’s position as Australian Rugby League Commission chairman is safe after the 16 NRL club chairs opted against trying to overthrow him. In a meeting on Tuesday afternoon in Sydney, the club powerbrokers, who met in person and via phone hook-up, were happy for Grant to remain in the top post until his term expires next February. Patrick Smith writes that Grant and Greenburg lack leadership and to fix things the NRL can only do one thing: appoint former AFL CEO Andrew Demetriou. General PEOPLE attending concerts and sports matches in Melbourne can expect to see tougher security measures in the coming weeks in the wake of the Manchester bombing.