I have a question for those who are savvy with contract law. Would it be possible to stipulate in a contract that buy signing to play in the NRL (as a junior) you must also agree to commit the first 10 years of your career (should you make 1st grade) to the NRL competition exclusively? Or are we talking a restraint of trade? Considering you can be given the option to sign or not I would image as long as they agree to that clause then all would be fine. We seriously need to find an answer to the players leaving the game and when Matt King is offered $600,000 a season that a rise in the salary cap by $100K won't cut the mustard. The NRL must come up with an alternate deterrent for teh players that are leaving the game. Perhaps the NRL could think of adding an increased percentage to the players superannuation depending on years service. Even an NRL payout for finishing your career having played only in the NRL. Does anybody else have any ideas that the NRL could use to possibly stop the annual northern hemisphere migration?