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The Roar Rugby Project: Part 7 – Why professional Rugby must be profitable and how RA has failed to respond to challenge

The Roar Rugby Project aims to document the challenges and opportunities facing rugby at all levels across the nation in the following articles. We are looking to Roarers’ experience as players, officials and supporters to find new solutions for the problems that have dogged the game over the last twenty-five years.

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The Roar Rugby Project: Part 7 – Why professional Rugby must be profitable and how RA has failed to respond to challenge

The Roar Rugby Project aims to document the challenges and opportunities facing rugby at all levels across the nation in the following articles. We are looking to Roarers’ experience as players, officials and supporters to find new solutions for the problems that have dogged the game over the last twenty-five years.

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The Roar Rugby Project: Part 7 – Why professional Rugby must be profitable and how RA has failed to respond to challenge

The Roar Rugby Project aims to document the challenges and opportunities facing rugby at all levels across the nation in the following articles. We are looking to Roarers’ experience as players, officials and supporters to find new solutions for the problems that have dogged the game over the last twenty-five years.

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How far can self-belief take you in rugby? The top two inches - Part 1

A lot has been said about the top two inches winning or losing rugby games. But no one really goes on to explain how to win with the top two inches. This article (Part 1 of 3) will explore some of those options.

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All Blacks 2022: Musical chairs

From the mind of a truly unqualified couch-coach, I’ve used the small hiatus in international rugby, to ponder aloud what I’ve thought to be quite a unique opportunity for the All Blacks, moving forward into next year and beyond.

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Beer with an All Black: Ian Kirkpatrick

Patron of New Zealand Rugby, Member of the Order of the British Empire, 2003 inductee to the World Rugby Hall of Fame and his name enshrined upon the winner of the Heartland Championship player of the year award are a few of the accolades that Ian Kirkpatrick has achieved in rugby.

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Roar Rugby Project part 2: Follow the money - the challenges of funding the game at all levels

The Roar Rugby Project aims to document the challenges and opportunities facing rugby at all levels across the nation by tapping into the breadth and depth of The Roar readership’s experience.

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