The Six Nations is over, which means it's back to regional rugby action for the Grand Slam winners this weekend.
But while they've been away, plenty of focus has fallen on the future of the regional game and how it can continue.
Poor attendances, a tough economic climate and big spending foreign clubs mean the regions face an uncertain future.
Nick Hartley reports
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