Hats off to this new initiative spreading all over SA. We had it as small kids running at the gas stations and getting free player cards with every visit, now this is being run by big ball cards. Each player playing CC rugby have a card, a photo on the one side and all his info on the back side. They sell it at our supermarkets R12 per pack which include 6 players. You buy the albums (books) where they file this cards. This teach the kids all the detail about the player, weight, length, birth place, squads he played previously and the Bokke is obvious the Star players. The albums look like this Every single kid (girls also) at Paarl Kleingim have one of them and the album is part of his schoolcase like match or geography and the trading take place in intervals or before school. Edit: the link to this initiative http://www.bigballcards.com/ It got so popular overhere that the supermarkets run out of stock. My kid is very lucky because he dad knew most of the info and he try his best to get me wrong. Maybe a good thought to get going in Aus & NZ?