Full NRL round at Suncorp By Dean Ritchie | June 18, 2008 12:00am MANLY chief executive Grant Mayer has sent a detailed proposal to the NRL calling for a full round of rugby league next season to be played at one venue - Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium. The Daily TelegraphÂ obtained a copy of Mayer's plan which he believes could reap every club a financial windfall of between $75,000 to $100,000. Mayer's plan stemmed from the English Super League, which for two years has moved an entire round to Wales' Millennium Stadium. The proposal was discussed at yesterday NRL board meeting. The Mayer proposal would include: PLAYING eight matches at Suncorp Stadium on Friday (2), Saturday (3), Sunday (2) and Monday (1); IT would be an extra round - the 25th for the season - ensuring each club retains 12 home and 12 away games; TENDERING out the historic round to other states or other countries in coming years. Mayer said the plan would generate increased gate revenue, need a naming rights sponsor and attract corporate support, possibly from the Queensland State Government. Big crowds every day would ensure a financial bonanza. NRL chief executive David Gallop said his organisation was interested in the plan. "If you consider the Titans, Monday night football and the Toyota Cup our code has taken very innovative strategic steps in recent years,'' Gallop said. "We would need to gauge the interest of potential host stadiums, governments, sponsors, broadcasters, clubs, players and fans.''