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Re: NZ Crusaders rename\rebrand
Posted by: boomeruk
Date: 13/06/2019 13:14
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Harlequins are clownist, Wasps are insectist, and Saints religiously bigoted. Sharks are an endangered species, London Irish racist and we all know what Bears do in the woods.
Overall, the only safe naming policy is to re-name all clubs by numbers: PRL 1, PRL 2 and so on. To ensure fair treatment for all, each club will be renumbered each year. The renumbering will be by random computer drawn lottery, with the program to ensure that over 12 seasons each club will have taken all the numbers once.

Similarly, club colours will be 36 random designs, three for each club, without reference to any club's historical identity, and all designs will be changed annually, then randomly allocated. This part of the new PC PRL will be uncontentious, given that the system ia already operated at most clubs already.

and as a nod to the LGBTQ+ community, every team should have rainbow colours as there change kit.

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