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  1. CNAS made up entirely of B-list Aussies/Kiwis is just daft. Including 5 or 6 England fringe players with something to prove makes a little more sense to this trial game.
  2. Pretty good that someone only got two surnames wrong.
  3. Not according to yesterday's email: Registration for the 2022 season and Our League Active will open in the New Year and you will sign-up as you have done in previous seasons via GameDay with the simple addition of a payment window.
  4. As others have said, it will inevitably mean a noticeable drop off in playing numbers in 2022, which may have the effect of reducing government funding. How will the RFL explain falling numbers to government agencies? It will also be a ball ache for those volunteers chasing people up to register - already a painful job. I like to get everyone I can to re-register between January and February. This will be much harder in 2022. I'd rather keep registration free and ask clubs to pay an RFL levy. It would be easier all round for us to just raise the annual sub amount and then skim off the RFL's share (which I agree they need).
  5. You'll be pleased to know that another button invites you to "view the package options".
  6. Had another look. You need to ignore the bright images of Eng v Jam which look like they're asking you to click on them (but lead to a cul-de-sac) and instead scroll down below the fold line to a 'Purchase packages' button.
  7. Exactly the same for me. Terrible. But then it's not just ouRLeague, the whole rugby-league.com website is awful.
  8. Yep. Accepting the Monday night slot was a daft thing to do.
  9. Just seen the teams. Catalans have no Chans tonight; no Chans at all.
  10. I think there is something to be said for having a Championship game on TV every week but I think the exposure that Sky has given the POs (60-100k watching) and MPG (140-200k) will be a big loss. I'll be interested to see how those games in particular are marketed. The MPG is a big property - on a par with a SL/CC semi-final.
  11. I was shocked when Martyn said that PS previously paid out £10m pa for *any* competition. They do ok with the Scottish football cup competitions but nothing else.
  12. Hmmm. According to BARB, you can often get into into the weekly top 15 most watched programmes on PS with just 500 viewers.
  13. We currently get Sky covering around 10 Championship games a year, each attracting between 30-200k viewers. Premier Sports will take 30 games from 2022 and may get 5-10k viewers for each. Whatever the other aspects of the deal, this won't increase the competition's exposure.
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