Mark Loane (55)
They already do - Angus Scott Young is there right now. It is organized more by the super teams though I think.And out of interest I thought Rugby Australia were right to say no to JOC (James O'Connor), but would suggest sending players to NPC (until Aus one get's up and running) would be beneficial to Aus rugby.
I would really like to see a more formal process for this, at least if there is no NRC e.g. Reds have a partnership with Bay of Plenty and send 3-5 guys over each year, keeping them all in the one place to play and train together. Ideally though this would be done with a top level northern hemisphere side with a swap available the other way e.g. Reds pair with Harlequins and send a few players over in the off season. Then during the super rugby season a few players from quins come over to the reds in the same way Olowofela did for the Force. Potentially you build on this partnership and play a game or two against each other at either end of the season, assuming the economics work out.