Scott Gale: I don’t want to be done in Super Rugby yet

To help build the profile of the National Rugby Championship, the Rugby Union Players’ Association (RUPA) and Rugby News have engaged a blogger from each of the eight NRC teams and you’ll hear from them on  multiple occasions throughout 2016. First up, we hear from Greater Sydney Rams scrumhalf Scott Gale, who has made the move from Brisbane to Sydney after being told his Queensland Reds contract would not be renewed for the 2017 Super Rugby season. It’s tough news to take for the 21-year-old, who made his Reds debut in 2014 and has also starred for Queensland Country in the past two NRC seasons. Head to for more. By Scott Gale  To me, the NRC is a really important competition, especially for young players. It provides that connection between Club Rugby and professional Rugby, and it gives professional teams the opportunity to identify which players can step up to that higher level. I’ve only moved down to Sydney in the last couple of weeks. I finished up
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