Fair call, at some point in time everything does need to change.
For me, until this coaching staff has had enough and the results aren't coming (given reasonable teams) then I will back them.
The next 3 years will be a case in hand, as they will have the talent required to do well.
And replaced by whom? The coaches wont feel under pressure. No point rotating coaches just for the sake of it unless it will improve matters. The school doesn't have an open cheque book. Some other schools would be happy to have these two blokes on their roster.
Teaching the boys basic skills as they progress through the age groups is important and that's something Waverley has improved on in recent years.
The coaching at Waverley has improved significantly in recent years and that's through all age groups. That's not only due to the dedication of all concerned including the Rugby Convenor but also because the school has built a good relationship with the Randwick RU Club.
Fathers who have been coaches at Randwick have put their hand up to coach school teams to improve the overall standard. All concerned have worked on that. Also, many of the boys play Club rugby for Randwick and receive good coaching there. Some from the school are enticed to play Club as well.
It's worth noting that a lot of Waverley Old Boys are playing for Randwick now so this arrangement is proving to be mutually beneficial and its good thinking from both Club and school.
Also, I could name several Old Boys playing for Randwick who were predominately League players throughout their playing careers but for one reason or another decided to pursue rugby post school. Some only play league until they reach Year 7; some only play Club rugby and some play both. If they enjoy their school rugby they then have a decision to make about which code they will choose to play.
So the Waverley influence is helping to keep players in the game post school.
It all sounds positive to me.