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Who picked up a ball and ran with it for the first time in 1836?

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2008-04-17 10:38:26
2008-04-17 10:38:26

William Webb Ellis , whilst attending Rugby school in England .... and hey presto the sport of rugby was born. It was in 1823 by the way (allegedly) William Webb Ellis , whilst attending Rugby school in England .... and hey presto the sport of rugby was born. It was in 1823 by the way (allegedly)

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