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Mid North Coast Rugby

Discussion in 'Club Rugby' started by Gnostic, Dec 19, 2017.

  1. Gnostic Mark Ella (57)

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    Very disappointing that the week that the ARU/RA launches the Super W competition the Mid North Coast Rugby Union decides to can the Women's 15s competition and replace it with a 7s comp.

    To some this will be OK, but for the girls I have spoken to about it they are pretty devastated at the decision. There are a lot of new comers to the game, completely new having no previous involvement through family or any other channel, and these people are in danger of being lost to the other start up codes such as league. Isn't it also counter productive to the growth of the Womens Super comp?

    Is this happening in other areas?
  2. yourmatesam Dick Tooth (41)

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    In the southern inland region, the club's would struggle to attract enough players per club for 15 a side. The club's weren't interested in a ten a side competition either as sevens aligned to the national pathway.

    We've seen a number of local players have success with the sevens format recently, I'd be interested to see how this pans out n 18-24 months time

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