The second Home Nations Rugby Survey is now live. In collaboration with the other three Home Unions, Scottish Rugby invites players, officials, coaches, volunteers and supporters to take part.
The survey aims to find out what motivates players and volunteers to participate in the game, what their experiences are, and how we can continue to provide the best offering within clubs, schools, colleges and universities. The same survey has been distributed to Clubs and Schools around the United Kingdom and Ireland, by the RFU, Welsh Rugby Union and Irish Rugby. The responses to the survey will help paint a picture how Rugby is perceived by those closest to the game and help identify where there may be room for improvement in how the game is played, managed and governed in the Home Nations.
The survey will close on 5th of December 2018.
We would like to ask for your help in making this year’s survey available to all participants in Club and Schools Rugby by distributing the link below to as many of your members, players, coaches, match officials, supporters and parents of children taking part in rugby as you can.
Click here to share your thoughts on rugby in your community and across the Home Nations. http://surveys.tell-us-what-you-think.com/s3/HomeNations2018
Please note that this survey is an annual survey that is being carried out across all of the four Home Unions during November and December 2018. It is in no way connected to the ongoing Player Payment and Domestic League Structure consultation processes with Clubs that is being overseen by the Scottish Rugby Council’s Standing Committee on Governance (independently chaired by Gavin MacColl QC).
Updated 13:22 - 22 Nov 2018 by Caroline Campbell