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16 February 2007


It is sad that the organization is now robbing Peter to pay Paul. Specifically, when the high performance monies were originally obtained, those monies were suppose to go towards the development of rugby in the country. Those monies were never intended to go to any of the national teams. Moreover, the organization, ie, the new Board was suppose to bring in enough new monies into the organization starting in July 2006 that using the money for high performance should have never been touched. Tsk tsk.

In your case it is actually robbing Paul to pay Peter.

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