Tahriffic Roar Rookie

Tahriffic

Roar Rookie

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Member Since:
 
May 2013
Based In:
 
Australia
Favourite Sports:
Rugby,

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If Australian rugby can be broken, it can be fixed (Part 3): Super Rugby’s future

If Australian rugby can be broken, it can be fixed (Part 3): Super Rugby's future

7 Oct 2017

I have concerns with the conference system that SANZAAR has decided to persevere with. We as humans have this great complexity where we must turn the simplest things into complex beasts – simplicity works. Start with a blank sheet of paper and keep the competition structure simple.

If Australian rugby can be broken, it can be fixed (Part 2): The next leader

If Australian rugby can be broken, it can be fixed (Part 2): The next leader

6 Oct 2017

Rugby has to break free of the perception that it is an elitist, private schoolboy game.

If Australian rugby can be broken, it can be fixed (Part 1): Why we play

If Australian rugby can be broken, it can be fixed (Part 1): Why we play

5 Oct 2017

Rugby is at a crossroads for its survival in Australia. For any progress to be made, we as fans and stakeholders need to agree to a common objective – a reason as to why we play the game.

Super Rugby is at an inflection point

Super Rugby is at an inflection point

18 Mar 2017

The indecision on whether to maintain the current structure or grow the game further is suffocating Super Rugby followers.

Introducing a player draft for rugby would benefit all stakeholders

Introducing a player draft for rugby would benefit all stakeholders

4 Jun 2015

It was encouraging to read last month that the ARU has looked to the fans to see how we can all endeavour on making rugby a successful, sustainable and profitable sport in Australia.

Pacific Islands: the West Indies of the Rugby Championship

3 Sep 2013

There has been much discussion in the previous week about the direction of the Super Rugby competition with an additional South African team and expanding into the Japanese and South American markets.