Is Welsh Rugby Lacking Leadership?

There must be a genuine worry about the absence of administration inside Welsh rugby.

At the extremely top Ryan Jones is an extraordinary pioneer, persuasive, OK with the part and great with the press. Appropriately he is being touted as a potential pioneer for the British Lions voyage through South Africa in 2009.

However, a look underneath that level gives us significantly more to be stressed over.

At local level the Ospreys have Ryan Jones as their skipper too, yet outside of that the other 3 districts all have nonnatives in charge. The Scarlets have long haul chief Simon Easterby while both the Blues and the Dragons have designated nonnatives in the state of kiwi’s Paul Tito and Tom Willis individually.

So what does that say in regards to the condition of on field authority in Wales? At the point when Ryan Jones assumed control over his primary adversaries were, as indicated by numerous in the press, Alun Wyn Jones, Duncan Jones and Gethin Jenkins.

Again Ospreys have been consuming Welsh ability, however it is disillusioning to see that Gethin isn’t viewed as the correct man for the Blues work, particularly as he will apparently be playing more rugby now that Yapp is being moved crosswise over to the tight head.

I can comprehend it from the locale’s viewpoint, they need pioneers who will lead the entire group… furthermore, if the players are vanishing off for a decent extent of the season to play and prepare for Wales then it bodes well for non-global playing outsiders to play the part on as they will be with the locale for far longer.

However, what is ideal for the areas is, once more, not really appropriate for Wales. So where will our next pioneers originate from?