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6/27/2012
By Community Rugby


 

Calling on all players current and past to tell us what you think of your rugby playing experience over the previous two years.
  • What did you like, what didn’t you like?
  • How satisfied were you?
  • Are there any changes you would like to see made to rugby to make rugby more enjoyable?
Complete the  5 minute survey below that applies to you:
 
 
Juniors are classified as up to 16 years of age. Non-returning are players that played in 2011 but not in 2012.
 
The survey closes on Monday July 23rd, so make sure you have your say.
 
Note: Our research and feedback is designed to improve the quality of the sporting experience and level of service provided by the ARU. All the information you provide will be used for research purposes only and your answers will be confidential. Your responses will be combined with other participants in the final report and you will not be identified in any way.
 

 

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