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Building a sustainable game for the future – Have your say!

The RFU Management Board appointed John Owen, Senior Vice-President, to chair a Task Group that would investigate the fundamental issues and prepare a report and recommendations for the RFU Council for possible implementation in season 2009-10.

Representatives from a broad spectrum of the game were invited to attend a Stakeholder Forum at the Capgemini ASE (Accelerated Solutions Environment) in Woking on the 6th/7th September 2008. They played a full part in the ASE process, enabling some key recommendations to be presented to clubs at a series of Roadshows in September and early October 2008. To assist their decision making, delegates received details of the online survey from which over 7500 responses were analysed.
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Said John Owen, “I am most grateful to everyone who has contributed to this process.  Competitions are the lifeblood of the sport and it is in everyone’s interest that we deliver an agreed final competitions structure as soon as possible.”

View the rest of this article and submit your comments on the RFU website where  full presentation to the game has been given on the Rugby Landscape roadshow.