Maybe 3 or 4 of the clubs named there could win promotion from division 2 at first attempt so don't see what your problem is. You're just looking for excuses to criticise. Remember this is division 3 so is meant to be a division below anyway. The National League originally was only open to 10 teams with only one club allowed for town. In practice this meant the same 10 clubs every year. Where would we be if we'd stuck to that?
PS the very first BARLA National League included a team from NWCL division 1. I may be wrong but I believe this is the very same Pilkington Recs who are now entering from 3rd in the premier with a very strong set up yet you bizarrely and libellously put that down to an RFL official having played for them
At the introduction of the NCL, how many clubs within BARLA at that time actually fulfilled the criteria, At that time I was playing in the Hull league and one or two clubs never had a pub to go back to, we used to take them back to Rayners on Hessle Road.