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    The French revolution in rugby league has gathered more momentum with Toulouse beating Featherstone 34-12 in the 'Million Pound Game' Championship promotion match to ensure they will have two teams in the UK Super League in 2022

    The French revolution in rugby league has gathered more momentum with Toulouse beating Featherstone 34-12 in the 'Million Pound Game' Championship promotion match to ensure they will have two teams in the UK Super League in 2022


    Toulouse lost out to Catalans Dragons in 2003 when the Super League originally chose their preferred French team.

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