Waysiders/Drumpellier basic supervisor Gerry Brankin has backed a regionalised method to Scottish Rugby’s plan to get again enjoying.
Brankin says journey between some groups within the West area can be tough, and reckons a regionalised league is the best way ahead.
He stated: “They have been taking a look at mini leagues final yr, and we had fairly a powerful pool, however I believe so long as you may have groups of the same stage enjoying one another it ought to work – that will be my hope.
“There’s nonetheless an opportunity for us to get some rugby performed there, so long as we’re not having to journey to the likes of Mull, Wigtownshire and locations like that.
“Going for a full programme wouldn’t actually work; even within the West area you’ve bought Lochaber, Fort William, Oban, Mull, which includes travelling outwith your well being space.”
In the meantime, Brankin has been happy with numbers at health coaching classes, and hopes that may be a good omen for the membership.
He stated: “My concern about having not having performed in over a yr was that we’d lose guys to different sports activities, however we’ve had 15 to twenty, which is greater than we usually get.
“We’ve had extra guys turning up.”