If you are correct, then I see this as just another example of the fragmented and compartmentalised structure that is NSW Rugby. There are too many organisations and bureaucracies all claiming ownership of the more or less the same domain. Consequently to retain the powerbase, the organisations don't talk to each other and they act in splendid isolation (with all the best of intentions and firm conviction that they have the best interests of their stakeholders at heart). The Peak body has its own issues to deal and seems to be too busy trying to keep the clowns inside the circus tent to do anything else. There is conseqeuently no time to actually be the Ringmaster and provide the leadership, strategic guidance and coordination necessary to promote and grow the game whilst taking full advantage of all opportunities that present themselves such as a 50th Waratah Shield. To say that the situation with the professional arm and showpiece of "Rugby NSW", The Tahs, hasn't helped matters is a Sybil Fawlty Award winning Blinding Statement of the Obvious. If NSWRU and its affiliates were a listed public company, it would most likely be a placed in a trading halt while the administrators were called in. Organisational review and defragmentation is long overdue. Rant over, Back on topic, where did you get the "roll of honour" of previous winners from? How many of the 14 St Eddies titles did J. Papahatzis coach?