Will Genia (78)
BH - they already have a NSW & QLD Subbies side so no new development on that front.
anyone wanting to be a more serious rugby player - maybe, maybe not, their are some X Super players running around in Subbies and they may form a potent team for a 3T.
You may then say / ask about development instead of having X Super has been players running around, I'm sure they will lift the players of their team, but also the opposition. An example there was considerable interest when Cebal pulled on the Balmain jersey last year.
The representative subbies side plays one or two games a year don't they?
The idea behind a third tier is to create something that lies between first grade Shute Shield or Premier Rugby and Super Rugby.
I don't see how having representative subbies teams would help that. Would it encourage first grade players who don't make the higher teams involved in the third tier to ditch the Shute Shield to go and play subbies so they're a chance of joining the third tier that way?
I just don't see how it makes sense.