While I agree the splitting of Clubs won't have a hugely detrimental effect on Clubs and their culture, still not sure how to make it work in.
....now I've stopped laughing..do you know anyone who would pay for these competitions. Nearly all Club sponsors are either current or.
I agree that it was less about malice and more about, "this is what we can get away with". Hooper was off his feet with almost no forward.
Hardly. Barrett went off his feet to attack the head with the shoulder. It was blatantly obvious in real time and damning in slow motion. Even.
Just read this on the SS thread. Where does that leave the Dirty Reds?
Sad state of affairs when someone feels "resigned" to winning and promotion. As for the BOBs and Newport dilemma, could they have word to the.
Sounds incredibly logical and forward thinking. Never mind, NSW Rugby will get involved and that will be the end of such silliness:p
I have discussed this at length in the past (see somewhere in the 2017 or 2018 thread). The crux of it is the Premier competition needs to be.
It's always a refereeing blunder when Manly loses....here endth the lesson:D
The structure of Shute Shield is that there are a whole lot of (dedicated) social players still needing to be catered for. It's a great day out.
Nothing will change in this regard until Shute Shield is willing to address it's structure. You need to remember it is identical to Suburban.
...and this is where logistics meet reality. While both Clubs could field the teams in Div 1, I'm not sure whether either of them want to go.
A big part of the problem is outside Subbies control..and that's the Shute Shield. Why on earth people want to claim "elite" club status and.
You're looking at a situation that will never apply to rugby. The "geo-lock" is there to purposely limit the size of the competition. It simply.
Sadly, the existing Club structures are no longer viable for competitions in the lower divisions. It might be time to look at divisional team.
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