As a result, the NRL’s elite has become increasingly rare.
The AFL, for example, is the only major sport that has more than 20 players with premiership-winning records.
But that’s not the case for the AFL’s elite.
In fact, it’s more like three or four players.
And, in the NRL, there’s more than five players in that top five.
But which one is the real star?
It’s a question that the AFL has tried to answer through its player development program.
In the first four years of the program, it has given its elite the chance to develop as a team.
The most common form of development has been in-season camps, where the club tries to bring players from different sports together.
The NRL, by contrast, has been working on its own development program since 2010.
It began its program in the middle of last season.
While it was in a development mode, the Raiders were on their way to a grand final win.
It has been a successful program, with the Raiders earning two premierships, a Super League crown and the premiership trophy last year.
The program is expected to be rolled out across the season, with clubs from the elite to the minor premiers playing in the top level.
But what is the key to a successful development program?
It has a number of different components.
There is player development, and then there is the pathway to playing in top-level football.
There are training facilities, facilities for players to get acclimatised to their environment, a pathway to the senior NRL team and an apprenticeship program.
The club’s training facilities are built around a unique indoor training complex called the Training Centre.
There the NRL elite can develop with other elite clubs, such as the Western Bulldogs and the Cronulla Sharks.
The Club’s main training facility is a large outdoor facility, known as the Training Facility, at the Sydney Football Club.
The facility also has a unique “play-in” feature, where players can learn on a variety of surfaces, such a a field or a grass court.
In addition to playing on the field, the facility is also an arena for training.
There, the players learn how to train for matches.
And the facilities are a huge asset for the club’s development program, as the club has an extensive training program for its elite.
There’s also a pathway into the NRL senior side.
This is where the AFL elite are used to being part of the senior side, and they’ve been working hard on that side for many years.
But they’re not going to be going into the club, so that’s where the program comes in.
This pathway can be a lot different depending on where the player is.
For example, a player could end up in a side that has a lot of young players.
They’re not used to going into a team like that.
A player could be a young player who’s going into another club, but they know what it takes to play in that team.
So they’ve had some training at the Training Ground, and the pathway from there.
And if the player has the experience, then they’re more likely to make it to that team, too.
The pathway to AFL development can also be much different.
For instance, if a player is not used properly, but he’s got the right attributes, then the pathway into AFL development is more likely.
So a player who has a great deal of potential could get a great opportunity to develop in the AFL.
For a player like Corey Moore, the pathway was going to come from playing for the Melbourne Storm, but his development was cut short by injury.
At the time, the club was looking for an outside-field option, and that could have been him.
It would have been a huge mistake for the player not to get his opportunity, and Moore was left with no other option but to sign with the Storm.
So, it would be great for the NRL to develop some players from the outside, who are going to play on a different team, but can be given a pathway in the development process.
It’s been a big year for the Raiders, but it’s not over yet.
After two premiership wins in four years, the team will look to secure its second title in 2017.