The NSW Rugby League unveiled their points system, which will come into place for the 2022 season across all competitions.
The system is designed to reward clubs for fostering their junior talent and players for their loyalty while trying to limit player movement within the same competition.
As part of the design, the last five years of the player's history will be considered, and players will be categorised on their highest level in that timeframe.
Reductions are given for each season a player has been at the club.
Players moving between Group 20 clubs will have the highest allocation, generally starting at 25 points in their first season.
All clubs will start on 100 points, but that will be reduced depending on how teams finish in future seasons.
The 2022 premiers will only be allowed to use 75 per cent of the quota the following year, while the runners-up will be at 80.
The team who finishes third will be able to use 85 per cent, with a five per cent increase for the teams who finish fourth and fifth, respectively.
Teams who finish outside of the finals will be given their full allocation.
Yenda president Sam Panarello sees a lot of similarities between the system Group 20 currently has in place and the one unveiled and doesn't see how it will stop the player movement within the Group.
"Dave Skinner (NSWRL Zone Manager - Greater Western and Southern Western) helped to implement this system for NSWRL, and a lot of it would have come from the system we developed 10-12 years ago," he said.
"There is no loyalty at the top level, and it filters all the way down. Why do you think there is no loyalty here, and they play for one club and then another the next because they think that is the norm."
Instead of introducing this system for next year, the Yenda president wonders if time would be better spent ensuring that all clubs are able to reach the 2022 season.
"We look like we will have all five grades, but we have worked damn hard over the last five-six years, but that also doesn't guarantee you anything," he said.
"A lot of them might play 16s and 18s but not move onto seniors because they move away for Uni or just look for work instead."
Black and Whites club president Craig O'Keefe could see the reasoning behind the decision but hopes it doesn't put more work back on the clubs.
"The onus seems to be on the clubs to do a lot of work," he said.
"I'm assuming that David Skinner will be at our AGM on November 7, and he might be able to explain it a bit better."
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