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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote kempstonblue Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 Sep 2020 at 16:51
Originally posted by Camquin Camquin wrote:

There was a piece on Today a few days ago where RFU and Moseley were making that point. 
Getting coverage in the media is hard - and the RFU has chosen to only talk about England and the 12 chosen clubs for 20 years.
People know about small soccer clubs because they hear the classified results every Saturday.
You could be forgiven for thinking that there are only ever 6 games of Rugby played in England.


Although a Blues person.Judging your profile you follow the biggest club in East Anglia. 15 years ago my late Father was treated at the hospital in Cambridge. Whilst leaving him and mum for a chat, I spent a couple of afternoons at Blood and Sand. Hope a Saturday afternoon there happens again soon.
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Originally posted by Camquin Camquin wrote:

There was a piece on Today a few days ago where RFU and Moseley were making that point. 
Getting coverage in the media is hard - and the RFU has chosen to only talk about England and the 12 chosen clubs for 20 years.
People know about small soccer clubs because they hear the classified results every Saturday.
You could be forgiven for thinking that there are only ever 6 games of Rugby played in England.

You really surprised Moseley involved: Number of players they have signed including Johnson they are in need of every penny through the gate they can get. 
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Not physically seen this for myself yet, but apparently new proposals have been sent out by the NCA: no start until new year, no league season. Regionalised round robins of six Nat 1 & 2 teams which will then feed into an national cup. 

Seems sensible. 

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Richard Lowther Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 Sep 2020 at 20:58
Originally posted by Blutarsky Blutarsky wrote:

Not physically seen this for myself yet, but apparently new proposals have been sent out by the NCA: no start until new year, no league season. Regionalised round robins of six Nat 1 & 2 teams which will then feed into an national cup. 

Seems sensible. 


Telegraph suggesting no league games at all until January 2021 at earliest.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Robb Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 Sep 2020 at 20:59
Originally posted by Blutarsky Blutarsky wrote:

Not physically seen this for myself yet, but apparently new proposals have been sent out by the NCA: no start until new year, no league season. Regionalised round robins of six Nat 1 & 2 teams which will then feed into an national cup. 

Seems sensible. 


And what of Nat 3 and below?
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RFU just released news that outside of Prem, Championship and Womens Prem there is no rugby till 1st Jan earliest.

The term earliest says alot I think, prepare for the worst boys.


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Makes you wonder how many clubs will be left in January. 
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Originally posted by Keppeltitan Keppeltitan wrote:

Makes you wonder how many clubs will be left in January. 

I try not to think of it.
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There will be no community rugby in season 2020/21. It's been blindingly obvious for months. We will go backwards in the 'return to rugby' framework before we go forwards. Let's all get realistic, chaps, tighten our belts and try to survive the pandemic.
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The RFU have acted as quickly as they could, once the rules had been tightened. They have also made clear to the DCMS the need to support community clubs which are in danger of closure. The DCMS asked this week for details of clubs facing imminent closure. The NCA has yet to decide between a 15 match season or a round robin league with a Cup at the end. Whatever happens we will need our volunteers now. We had 60+ at training tonight, 2 bar staff and 5 volunteers providing table service in 3 rooms. That will be the pattern from now on until restrictions are eased.
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Originally posted by Halliford Halliford wrote:

The RFU have acted as quickly as they could, once the rules had been tightened. They have also made clear to the DCMS the need to support community clubs which are in danger of closure. The DCMS asked this week for details of clubs facing imminent closure. The NCA has yet to decide between a 15 match season or a round robin league with a Cup at the end. Whatever happens we will need our volunteers now. We had 60+ at training tonight, 2 bar staff and 5 volunteers providing table service in 3 rooms. That will be the pattern from now on until restrictions are eased.

Sorry, what relevance has this got when we won't be starting until September 2021 (if we are lucky)? The NCA has no say in the matter.
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Originally posted by Fudgepacker Fudgepacker wrote:

Originally posted by Halliford Halliford wrote:

The RFU have acted as quickly as they could, once the rules had been tightened. They have also made clear to the DCMS the need to support community clubs which are in danger of closure. The DCMS asked this week for details of clubs facing imminent closure. The NCA has yet to decide between a 15 match season or a round robin league with a Cup at the end. Whatever happens we will need our volunteers now. We had 60+ at training tonight, 2 bar staff and 5 volunteers providing table service in 3 rooms. That will be the pattern from now on until restrictions are eased.

Sorry, what relevance has this got when we won't be starting until September 2021 (if we are lucky)? The NCA has no say in the matter.
Your club is new to Level 4. That and Level 3 are the member Clubs of the NCA and have control over their competitions within the RFU framework. NCA Clubs were asked in August what they wanted for this season and rejected, for example, a 45 match season, i.e. 15 this year added to 30 next year. You can only speculate that there will be no rugby before September, I am working on what has actually been said which is that rugby could be played from January.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Richard Lowther Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 Sep 2020 at 10:32
Originally posted by Halliford Halliford wrote:

Originally posted by Fudgepacker Fudgepacker wrote:

Originally posted by Halliford Halliford wrote:

The RFU have acted as quickly as they could, once the rules had been tightened. They have also made clear to the DCMS the need to support community clubs which are in danger of closure. The DCMS asked this week for details of clubs facing imminent closure. The NCA has yet to decide between a 15 match season or a round robin league with a Cup at the end. Whatever happens we will need our volunteers now. We had 60+ at training tonight, 2 bar staff and 5 volunteers providing table service in 3 rooms. That will be the pattern from now on until restrictions are eased.

Sorry, what relevance has this got when we won't be starting until September 2021 (if we are lucky)? The NCA has no say in the matter.
Your club is new to Level 4. That and Level 3 are the member Clubs of the NCA and have control over their competitions within the RFU framework. NCA Clubs were asked in August what they wanted for this season and rejected, for example, a 45 match season, i.e. 15 this year added to 30 next year. You can only speculate that there will be no rugby before September, I am working on what has actually been said which is that rugby could be played from January.

Ultimately it is the Government who tell the RFU who tell the NCA when games can go ahead. The NCA have to work in this framework, not outside of it.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote WEvans Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 Sep 2020 at 14:46
Originally posted by Richard Lowther Richard Lowther wrote:

Originally posted by Halliford Halliford wrote:

Originally posted by Fudgepacker Fudgepacker wrote:

Originally posted by Halliford Halliford wrote:

The RFU have acted as quickly as they could, once the rules had been tightened. They have also made clear to the DCMS the need to support community clubs which are in danger of closure. The DCMS asked this week for details of clubs facing imminent closure. The NCA has yet to decide between a 15 match season or a round robin league with a Cup at the end. Whatever happens we will need our volunteers now. We had 60+ at training tonight, 2 bar staff and 5 volunteers providing table service in 3 rooms. That will be the pattern from now on until restrictions are eased.

Sorry, what relevance has this got when we won't be starting until September 2021 (if we are lucky)? The NCA has no say in the matter.
Your club is new to Level 4. That and Level 3 are the member Clubs of the NCA and have control over their competitions within the RFU framework. NCA Clubs were asked in August what they wanted for this season and rejected, for example, a 45 match season, i.e. 15 this year added to 30 next year. You can only speculate that there will be no rugby before September, I am working on what has actually been said which is that rugby could be played from January.

Ultimately it is the Government who tell the RFU who tell the NCA when games can go ahead. The NCA have to work in this framework, not outside of it. 

And ultimately it is Dominic Cummings who tells the Government who tell the RFU who tell the NCA when games can go ahead of course.
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I am not political But I think every tackle bag should have a picture of Cummings on it and The Sage Ctte should be loaned out for Rucking practice.
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oops of cohazelnut
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something strange with the web site
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Originally posted by WEvans WEvans wrote:

Originally posted by Richard Lowther Richard Lowther wrote:

Originally posted by Halliford Halliford wrote:

Originally posted by Fudgepacker Fudgepacker wrote:

Originally posted by Halliford Halliford wrote:

The RFU have acted as quickly as they could, once the rules had been tightened. They have also made clear to the DCMS the need to support community clubs which are in danger of closure. The DCMS asked this week for details of clubs facing imminent closure. The NCA has yet to decide between a 15 match season or a round robin league with a Cup at the end. Whatever happens we will need our volunteers now. We had 60+ at training tonight, 2 bar staff and 5 volunteers providing table service in 3 rooms. That will be the pattern from now on until restrictions are eased.

Sorry, what relevance has this got when we won't be starting until September 2021 (if we are lucky)? The NCA has no say in the matter.
Your club is new to Level 4. That and Level 3 are the member Clubs of the NCA and have control over their competitions within the RFU framework. NCA Clubs were asked in August what they wanted for this season and rejected, for example, a 45 match season, i.e. 15 this year added to 30 next year. You can only speculate that there will be no rugby before September, I am working on what has actually been said which is that rugby could be played from January.

Ultimately it is the Government who tell the RFU who tell the NCA when games can go ahead. The NCA have to work in this framework, not outside of it. 

And ultimately it is Dominic Cummings who tells the Government who tell the RFU who tell the NCA when games can go ahead of course.

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