cas/gps The proposition that the dead hand of tradition should stand in the way of a gps/cas relegation comp. is sad but true. The "traditionalists" that I speak to generally come from pre-1995, when rugby was amateur and schoolboys trained twice a week. That is why the "traditionalists" had time to also study and get into the high paying jobs that now allow them to create thinly disguised scholarships. Good luck to them, but their world view is outdated. Now we have some GPS schools acting as de-facto academies for elite players looking for super 14 contracts. Just get on with a relegation combined comp asap.