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There might still be 15 days until the kick off to the 2011 Telstra Premiership season, but already the NRL clubs have broken one milestone with the cumulative total of memberships sold so far eclipsing last year’s total figure of 144,190.

Strong sales in the past week, particular by the ‘Battle of the Legends’ clubs, the Bulldogs, Dragons and Rabbitohs has helped the NRL break this milestone months ahead of when they reached that figure last year. 

The strong sales in last week across the game has also seen the Dragons, Rabbitohs, Warriors and Wests Tigers break their own 2010 totals, to see now 11 of the 16 Telstra Premiership clubs all in the positive growth territory, whilst the Broncos, Bulldogs and Eels are well on track to equal their last year’s numbers by season start.

The Storm, despite their slow start, are also catching up on their 2010 figures and have now sold over 6,400 memberships, whilst their Round one opponents, Manly, are on track to record the biggest increase in Memberships, up 48% on their 2010 total already, and slowly getting within reach of their 10,000 member target.

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Correct as of 24/02/2011