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  1. Looking at the various RL Messageboard's there appears a decline in traffic on them. Last season saw a number of RL bloggers / radio types giving the game away as it was not felt to be as good as it was in the past. Is this reflected by a downtun in messageboard traffic? When people drift away from the game its not because someone has decided they would be better off playing golf or buying a season pass to Sale Sharks / Yorkshire Tykes. What happens is that peoole slowly drift away, first giving up the season ticke,t then as most of us have other sports as well as League start to take more interest in them than League, with the game going from being a sport you are interested in to a sport you have an interest in. In short, becoming a secondary sport in your pecking order. I wonder if the Webmaster could confirm or deny if TRL is as frequently used now as it was 5 / 10 years ago when there seemed to be a lot more posters. While Internet messageboard use is not in itself that significant a factor it is a marker of declining interest.