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SA teams are battling

2014-05-14 10:51
Super Rugby (File)
Yes South -African teams are battling , but it is not the players fault, as they have to play top quality rugby day in and day out.
In effect South-African teams are required to play the currie cup twice , which is renowned as the toughest rugby competition inorder that Australia get to have a state competition of their own , the kiwis are all to keen to back the aussies as their Club competition is far more diluted and les s intense than the currie cup. This  type format  in my opinion has been organised so that T.V stations plus the sponsers are well rewarded whilst the game as a whole suffers.
A true champions competition would consist of the 2 or 3 top finishes of there respective leagues being allowed to compete in a super league.
To much of a good thing gets boring
What happenened to the All Blacks touring us and vice versa ?

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