Jumping one step ahead of the opposition is a key to winning formulae. What jumps in technology or techniques have you seen change Rugby League success? More importantly, what can you see coming or would you like to Manly experiment with? Some past ones: * Full-time professionalism of players & coaches * Extensive use of stats & videos * The in-goal bomb - so successful they changed RL laws * Soccer coaches training goal kickers * In-goal grubber * Change-of-direction attacking grubbers & attacking chip kicks with chasers on sprint. * Aussie rules style drop punt rather than torpedo for line-kicks * Wrestling training to assist with defence & attack * Turtling players, & grappletackle to slow-down play-the balls * Cross-field drop-punt with aussie rules style mark * Round the corner style goal kicking * The long kick-chase with a straight line of defence * Defence patterns - straight-line, umbrella, up-and-in, sprint-up defence, * Keep it simple dummy-half running * Surrender tackles to get quick play-the-ball & roll-on * Dummy running to draw in or obstruct defence. * Speedy halves becoming hookers * High swirling torpedo bomb * Mouse-trap at dummy half * Genetic testing The next innovations may well be borrowed from other sports.