New Zealand has no intention of banning rugby union, NZ’s Chief of Police says
Posted On July 12, 2021
Next Big Futures, the website of Next Big News, has a story that’s going to get a lot of people excited.
It’s an article about how rugby union in New Zealand is going to be going in the future.
It looks at how it could be changed.
The article is titled “Can rugby union survive the transition to a new generation of fans?” and it’s by none other than the Chief of the New Zealand Police Force, Senior Sergeant Tim Wills.
I don’t think we can ever stop the game being played and played at its best, but I do think we need to have a little bit of caution and a little more thought on how we’re going to continue to run a sport in a different way to the way it has been run in the past.
The article starts by quoting a report by the Rugby Football Union’s New Zealand head of communications, Tom Mitchell, that was released last year.
Mitchell says that rugby is in a transition period and the transition is going well for the sport in New York.
“We are seeing more and more people wanting to watch the game and are playing rugby, which is great for the game,” he says.
New Zealand has seen an increase in the number of people who want to watch and play the game.
Mitchell also mentions that New Zealand’s rugby union has been the most popular sport in the country for some time.
It has been around for a long time.
He says that there are now around 20 million people playing rugby.
That is not a surprise, given that rugby has a lot going for it, Mitchell says.
It is also a sport that is played at a high level of intensity and is the most competitive sport in Australia.
Rugby is also being played in a way that is different from the way rugby was played in the 1970s.
In that era, the game was played as a “grit” sport.
There was no emphasis on tackling and the game consisted of short bursts of quick-touch passing.
This is the game we see today.
It was a very similar game to the modern game that we see now, where the game is played on the ground and the tackle is timed.
At the end of the day, rugby is a game that you can play for two or three hours and it will still be fun, Mitchell continues.
You can play rugby, you can be involved in it, you don’t have to worry about having your body hurt and that sort of thing.
It’s also important to realise that rugby will not disappear anytime soon, Mitchell believes.
Rugby has been played at the highest level of rugby in the world for some years now and is now being played at world-class levels, he says, so it will continue to be played for a very long time to come.