4 Comments » By Rob Brown, BBC Rugby CorrespondentI’m sure there’s a lot of rugby fans who have been watching the Super Rugby competition this week, wondering what it all means for the future of the game.
I’m not sure if you’re one of them, but the answer is probably not so simple.
There’s a growing movement to look at the sport’s future in terms of the growth of the domestic game and the development of the international game.
I think that’s what this week was about, and the fact that we were all in the same boat when we got into the locker rooms was a big deal.
I was really excited about it.
We all wanted to get into it, and it’s a really big topic.
There’s been a lot more investment in the domestic side of the sport over the last few years.
There was the World Cup in 2014, the Rugby World Cup which is in 2019, and we have a lot to look forward to in terms the World Twenty20 in 2019 and beyond.
The idea of investing in the next generation of players is something that the sport has been talking about for a while now.
It’s been really exciting to see the number of players we have on the field this week and how they’re growing, and I think the idea of having a global sport is really exciting for the game, too.
That’s something that I think is really interesting for the rugby community, but it’s also very interesting for us to see what happens with international rugby in the coming years.
The Rugby World Club Challenge is a series of events that will see the development and development of domestic and international players.
I think it’s been very positive for the sport in terms that it’s given the players more of an opportunity to test themselves and be able to develop their game.
It’s been an interesting process to see players who have never played international rugby go from the national team to the first team, to the World Club Championship, and now to the top teams in the world.
We’re looking forward to seeing how they go.
I know there are some people who will be disappointed to see them leave the game because of the World Cups and the Rugby Championships, but I’m sure we’ll see some great things come out of that.
In terms of what the World Clubs can do, I think there are a few interesting ideas that are on the table, as well.
It’s really important to see where you want to go from here.
I’m very happy to see that the World Super Rugby is growing, as are other countries, but for now it is what it is.
There are some exciting things coming up in terms, for example, of international play.
I would like to see some more international tournaments in Australia and New Zealand, to give the players some more experience before we move to the next level.
The Rugby League World Cup has been a great experience for us, and there are still a few things that need to be improved, but we’ve seen a lot from the Australian and New Zealander teams.
There are also the domestic players, the number that we have, and they’re really strong and experienced.
If we want to see more of those things happening in the future, I would love to see an international tournament, maybe a World Club Cup, for domestic players.
I would love the World Rugby World League to grow, but that’s something we’re still working on, and that’s a long way off.
I do think that the Rugby League’s World Cup was a fantastic experience for the domestic and the international players, and as far as I know, that was the first time a World Cup for both domestic and internationally has been held in Australia.
We will definitely see more and more of that happen over the next few years, and hopefully we can make it happen again in the near future.
It would be great for the players, too, if we could see more international play on the horizon, and a World Rugby League in Australia or New Zealand would be something that would really benefit the players.
We have a long list of challenges ahead, but hopefully we’re getting there.
The rugby world is a very unique game.
Every year it’s changed and changed and the game has evolved.
I’d love to play in a World Championship in the 2020s and beyond, for sure, but there are also other challenges that we’re facing, which are a lot harder than the other issues that the game faces.
It really is a great game.
There is an incredible amount of talent that’s available, but if we can get people to understand and embrace that there is more to rugby than just scoring tries and kicking points.
We need to have a good attitude to it, because we’re going to see things change over time.
Rugby is a sport that is all about getting into a position, and getting into that position, you know, you have to have confidence in your ability and the ability of