I have seen two, whether or not they are accepted, I honestly do not know.
A Ruck of Rugby Players
A Scrum of Rugby Players Another might be: a maul of rugby players. But usually it's a "team" of rugby players.
There is no standard collective noun for rugby. A collective noun is a noun used to group people or things in a descriptive way. I'm not sure what noun could be used to describe a group of rugby.
The standard collective noun for players is a team of players.
Some collective nouns for people at a rugby game are a team of players, a crowd of patrons, a stadium of fans, a crew of maintenance workers, or a group of vendors.
The collective noun for players is a team of players; the plural form is teams of players.
The collective noun for basketball players is the same as a team of players; a team of basketball players.
The noun 'team' is the collective noun for football players: a team of players.Another collective noun is: a squad of footballers.
In sports, the standard collective noun is a team of players.In the theater, the standard collective nouns are a cast of players or a company of players.
A collective noun can be singular: a team of players, a pride of lions, a bouquet of flowers.A collective noun can be plural: teams of players, prides of lions, bouquets of flowers.
The collective noun team is used for a team of players or a team of contestants.
Yes, a collective noun is a noun used to group people or things in a descriptive way.The noun 'team' is a standard collective noun for a team of players.
No, religion is not a collective noun. The noun religion is a singular, common, abstract noun. A collective noun is a word to group like things, such as a team of players or a stable of horses.