I know this has been done to death and ruined by the RFL but does anyone else think a professional two-tier system would actually work. I like the idea of restructuring the Super League into an 8 team Premiership & 8 team Championship based on a Licensing system (Just to give it a few years for teams to settle in...) with Promotion & Relegation between divisions. The "every game matters'' Super 8's concept was a sideshow but I believe the two-division system below with inter-divisional matches sincerely makes ''every game matter'' without the same sides playing each other 3 times in the League. eg: SUPER LEAGUE Premiership 1. St Helens - LL Shield, Straight to Grand Final 2. WIgan - Grand Final Qualifier 3. Warrington - Grand Final Qualifier 4. Leeds 5. Catalans 6. Hull 7. Huddersfield - Relegation Play-Off 2 Seed* 8. Castleford - Automatically Relegated SUPER LEAGUE Championship 1. Salford - Champions / Automatically promoted 2. Wakefield - Relegation Play-Off 1 Seed* 3. Hull KR - Relegation Play-Off 3 Seed* 4. Leigh - 5. Featherstone 6. York 7. Toulouse 8. London - Bottom side eventually relegated to what is now called the Championship (After an initial Licensing period) Every team would play each other in their division Home & Away & the 8 sides in the other division, plus another 4 inter-division fixtures based on previous seasons standings to make 26 total Rounds. One of those Rounds could be the Magic Weekend in a pinch. A shortened Play-Offs suits the British fan judging by crowds and adds more interest to the Home & Away rounds. Feel free to take the piss but I do believe this system would give exposure to more important markets and make every game truly matter.