As a result of these changes, State championships take on a new dimension. 32 States results in meaningful competition across Australia, in a wide range of disciplines. The dfferences in size and resources between the States are overcome initially by regionalism, which means that the number of teams involved in the State championships grows as States develop. For certain sports 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, and then 36, 37 are all viable under this plan. Cricket, Rugby League, Australian Rules, Rugby Union, Hockey, Netball, Volleyball, Basketball, are all viable from day one. Canoeing, for instance, becomes a wonderful sport that can, almost immediately take you to 37 diverse and amazing locations. But regionalism does not mean the dominance of one State for Home Team status. Every State in a region included in the competition has Home Team status. Home Team status for all States has the long term impact of all States being involved in State Championship development. Because every State is on the coast (32 State coastlines), watersports are viable over time; watersports such as surfing, keelboat, dinghy, sailboat and other yachts all start to look exciting. The availability of resources at a State level starts to overcome the requirement for kids to move to the major cities for inclusion. It becomes easier and easier to see the best from the beginning. In fact, under this plan, there is a tendency for movement in the other directiion, which is purely dependent upon the flow of money to the States being utilised for Sports facilities.