With the current headache of having to chose between Stewart and Hopoate at fullback later in the year, maybe it's time to make best use of what we have and give our team a revolutionary competitive edge by playing both on the field as right side and left side fullbacks. Feel free to respond to say that I am crazy, however, please consider the following: Defending the bomb. Wingers continue to defend their corner as usual, but each fullback defends bomb on each centre position. Superior to today's defense because savvy halves target the cross field bomb to centre where there is no fullback. Defending the 40/20. The wingers stay up in the line which will improve our defence against teams that play an expansive game. The two fullbacks that we have will adequately cover opposition clearing kicks. Defending the line. Two fullbacks in the in goal will improve defense of short grubbers. Attacking the line. Each fullbacks gets to be the sweeper for their half of the field. Come to think of it, each team already has one half, one centre and one second row on each side. Why not give them a dedicated fullback on either side? Managing interchange: Start with 3 in the back row and Stewart on the bench. 20 min mark: one back rower comes off, Stewart comes on. For the rest of the match, keep rotating props and back rowers with only 4 on the field at one time.