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Support by Clubs Operating within Tiers 1 and 2 for Tier 3 clubs

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This bit left the door wide open for Dual Registration players even before the clubs knew.

 

The Super League and Championship clubs are most supportive of the new competition structure and the change in the season structure.

 

The RFL will work with these Tier 1 and Tier 2 clubs to assist Tier 3 clubs through the improvement of performance, recruitment, grounds management, etc.

 

The exact extent of the cross-Tier collaboration is still to be determined but there is a willingness on all sides to make this work.

 

Surely the NCL management had the details of the RFL plans on dual registration at the time (28th/March/2011)

If not how can you continually carry on trusting them?

 

 

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What point are you trying get over Jim.

 

Please elaborate.

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What point are you trying get over Jim.

 

Please elaborate.

 

I think that the underlined bold wording on the original post says it all Longman; 

 

The exact extent of the cross-Tier collaboration is still to be determined but there is a willingness on all sides to make this work.

 

But I'll try and break it down into simple terms;

cross-Tier collaboration  = players from championship clubs playing in the NCL

willingness on all sides = RFL and NCL management

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On Saturday I had a very heated conversation with a NCL management committee member and a RFL representative/job worth, regarding this very subject.

 

The RFL one I took with a pinch of salt has he has been brain washed.

 

The NCL rep. pointed out firstly the all registered players sign on with a caveat that they are not on any form of contract with any pro club. If they are they are not allowed to register or play.

It was also stated that this subject had been discussed at the NCL management meeting and was kicked out by all bar 2 members.

 

To allow tier 1/2 players to play for any NCL club, would have to be discussed by all, at the delegates meeting

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On Saturday I had a very heated conversation with a NCL management committee member and a RFL representative/job worth, regarding this very subject.

 

The RFL one I took with a pinch of salt has he has been brain washed.

 

The NCL rep. pointed out firstly the all registered players sign on with a caveat that they are not on any form of contract with any pro club. If they are they are not allowed to register or play.

It was also stated that this subject had been discussed at the NCL management meeting and was kicked out by all bar 2 members.

 

To allow tier 1/2 players to play for any NCL club, would have to be discussed by all, at the delegates meeting

 I'm glad sense was shown, however doors should never be left ajar open to one way manipulation

 

Does this leave the NCL open to dual registration

 

The RFL and NCL will develop and initiate a three-year strategy to integrate a single Tier 3 Management and Operation structure. This structure will aim to operate with 80 teams within England.

 

Does this word allow the RFL to add whatever rules they decide to the running of the NCL

 

The existing NCL Rules, Management and Governance structures will form the basis for this Tier 3 Development Strategy.

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 I'm glad sense was shown, however doors should never be left ajar open to one way manipulation

 

Does this leave the NCL open to dual registration

 

The RFL and NCL will develop and initiate a three-year strategy to integrate a single Tier 3 Management and Operation structure. This structure will aim to operate with 80 teams within England.

 

Does this word allow the RFL to add whatever rules they decide to the running of the NCL

 

The existing NCL Rules, Management and Governance structures will form the basis for this Tier 3 Development Strategy.

 

I refer to other posts I have put on this forum:- Any RFL rule changes they want to suggest to the NCL will have to be voted on by the delegates.

 

 

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 I'm glad sense was shown, however doors should never be left ajar open to one way manipulation

 

Does this leave the NCL open to dual registration

 

The RFL and NCL will develop and initiate a three-year strategy to integrate a single Tier 3 Management and Operation structure. This structure will aim to operate with 80 teams within England.

 

Does this word allow the RFL to add whatever rules they decide to the running of the NCL

 

The existing NCL Rules, Management and Governance structures will form the basis for this Tier 3 Development Strategy.

 

I refer to other posts I have put on this forum:- Any RFL rule changes they want to suggest to the NCL will have to be voted on by the delegates.

 

 

 

Lets hope the clubs can KEEP ON THEIR TOES  and control these attempts by big brother to take over a competition that IMO has always been run far better than the RFL league's

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