After looking at the highlights they definitely need to look at the format. From what I've seen games are 60 minutes & played in quarters. So far there has been 15 games. Only three games have had a result where there was a 12 point or less point difference, with an average winning score of 53-16. Only four games have had less than a point a minute scored but of those games one had 48 points scored & six goals missed, one had 56 pts & eight misses, one had 58pts & 7 misses. So when time for kick offs, conversions, hand overs/scrums etc are taken out there would be a try scored virtually every set of six. Might be good & entertaining for the (winning)parents in the stand but it isn't doing much to promote the game, keep the girls on the receiving end of thrashings motivated or doing anything to improve skill levels. Teams seem to be using squads of over 20 players so next year I would like to see the game change to 13 a side to help improve defence, rein in the blowouts & make games more of a contest where more skill & structure will be needed to break down defences. As I said earlier I realise the game is in its infancy but to keep moving forward I really think they need to adopt the full team format to ensure its viability.