Well we will soon know if the Community Board have backed the RFL's Player Development, Primary RL, Freedom of movement/Transfer proposals etc etc etc.
The RFL Board meeting scheduled for 31st July is where these significant policies and proposals will be rubber stamped, if the Community Board and the individuals that represent the Community game who all convened yesterday have not stood up to the RFL delegates in the interests of our sport at grassroots level then its a disgrace.
I would sincerely hope that the likes of Trevor Hunt, Peter Moran, Charlie Bray, Sue Taylor etc etc etc............ALL had the balls to put the RFL in their place and fight for what is in the best interests of the sport yesterday, because if they did'nt the 31st July 2014 could be a very sad day for Rugby League.
Some people may not like what I and others have to say about the current state of affairs and the appalling contempt with which the RFL treat the major stakeholders within the sport, but it is said with enthusiasm, passion, pride and no B***S***!!!
The RFL seem to be little more than professional mushroom farmers and bullet dodgers who don't want to enlighten the masses with details or answer straightforward questions relative to policy that impacts on the masses..............hardly the way to creat a transparent environment underpinned by integrity and professionalism.
We can only live in hope now people that the Community Board serves the purpose it was intended for and is not a huge RFL Red Herring that has been out in the Sun to long and is about to stink more than a Cabinet Ministers expenses form!