bazza_merged

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  1. - Having 4 nations regularly gives at least 3 games to the major nations. Australia and NZ manage to usually organise a match during the season and at the end of the season each year - There is a calendar of regular internationals planned and it should go ahead regardless of a single game results - The years between WCs should contain qualifiers for the next WC and any 4N tournament
  2. There is a tag league in the area that might have some players from a league background http://www.trytagrugby.com/locations/thames-valley-home/
  3. Sounds good If next year you have 7s, 8s and 9s - you could enter a team in the 9s league and use all available ages in the squad
  4. Of 3 conferences (North, South and France) playing home and away Top 2 from each conference go in with bottom 2 from Championship and play in a Super 8s with the top 2 teams going into the Championship the following season
  5. If England continually won international matches then the NRL would sign more English players (assuming that the pay gap remains) It would increase interest in international matches in Australia
  6. Nice read Is there any standard 10 week coaching course that is given at schools or is it just up to the person who turns up?
  7. I reckon the crowds at Catalans in the first few years were artificially high due to UK fans making the trip over. I would expect fewer to go over as the years progress - they will need to make up these numbers with locals