I honestly don’t want to only build Cardiff. However, given the inability for North Wales to sustain a major side in 100 years of pre-pro rugby I don’t see how starting one up there now will generate the necessary funds. Cardiff does fund itself as shown by the fact it is still there. Yes, it has benefactors ploughing huge sums in but they are doing this. Investing for the future I hope. Without this they would no longer be there so I don’t see how a North Wales side could do the same until it also has multi-million pound financial backing outside any that could/may come from the WRU for services rendered.
In the knockout stages of rugby competitions, most notably the Rugby World Cup , two extra time periods of 10 minutes periods are played (with an interval of 5 minutes in between) if the game is tied after full-time. If scores are level after 100 minutes then the rules call for 20 minutes of sudden-death extra time to be played. If the sudden-death extra time period results in no scoring a kicking competition is used to determine the winner. However, no match in the history of the Rugby World Cup has ever gone past 100 minutes into a sudden-death extra time period.