It's no secret rugby union in Australia has hit an all-time low both on and off the field.
On field, our Australian contingent of teams in the Super Rugby competition are struggling to compete with the teams for New Zealand and South Africa.
Our Wallabies have failed to reclaim the Bledisloe Cup since last defeating the All Blacks over a three-match series in 2001.
Plus, Super Rugby crowds are dwindling and then there's the off-field controversy surrounding Israel Folau.
However, a massive problem according to Triple M's Greg Martin is within the grassroots of Union.
Marto told Triple M Brisbane's Dead Set Legends exactly how rugby league is taking the best schoolboy talent from Union, explaining this as one of the reasons the code is struggling.
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