A PROPOSAL to form a Super League has been met favourably by the territory's rugby clubs, and is set to come into effect next season. In an effort to find a solution to rectify the lopsided First Division, representatives of all clubs met recently. One of the suggestions to come out of this 'working committee' was to set up a Super League within the First Division which next season will have six teams instead of five. And, in a further development, the controversial draft system brought in by the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union (HKRFU) late last year is likely to be shelved. Morgan Chubb, the union's director of fixtures, told the South China Morning Post that it was 'highly probable' that there would be six teams in the First Division next season with Valley fielding two sides. 'Valley will have two sides, Football Club will have two and with Police and Kowloon, the First Division is likely to comprise six teams,' said Chubb. The significant point is that Club and Valley - the two strongest sides in the territory - have apparently agreed to 'balance' their sides. This will mean that all their best players will not be in one team. This should mean more competitive and balanced games, rather than the one-sided matches which peppered the First Division this past season. And to make up for this artificially brought-about 'balance', it has been proposed that a Super League be formed where the 'best' Club and Valley sides meet each other regularly throughout the season. 'Nothing definite has been decided. But this is the way it is looking at the moment. The working committee met and their proposals will be reviewed by the Union's development committee sometime later this month. 'Then it will go before the full board of directors and I expect a decision to be made by May,' said Chubb. Meanwhile, the draft system, brought in by the Union last December as a way to shepherd new players to the territory into weaker clubs, is about to be dropped. 'The draft was not terribly well supported by the clubs and it looks as if it will be dropped next season,' revealed Chubb. Hong Kong and Club loose forward Will Wild will leave the territory soon. Wild, who represented the territory at both 15s and sevens, is moving to Sydney because of work commitments. His last representative game for Hong Kong will be in the Japan Sevens next weekend.