There are no records of this- The height of posts are specific to the IRB regulations
In rugby, a loose scrum formed around the ball when it is on the ground .
That depends on the assessment of the capabilities of the disabled person by the coach and parents.
The term TRY is used in Rugby League and Union this is when a player puts down the ball on the try. A try is worth 4 point in league and 5 points in Union.
Touchdown is used in NFL, this is when a player is in the touch-down region of the field, and he can basically walk though it.
Extra point is a field goal which is worth one point. This is used in all three games.
Ther are no specific records of a time trial for him.
George gregan plays halfback in rugby union and therefore wears number nine on his jersey
As the team will change subject to each game actual position numbers are unable to be listed as there may be 2 or even 3 players in line for the starting position however, the squad is as follows
Ricoh Black Rams
Super League players earn on average £50,000 - £100,000 a year in accordance to club, skill, experience ect. If you are internationally capped your wages will rise closer to the £100,000 area. Young players and academy players can be payed as little as £10,000. However Rugby Union players earn £50,000 - £300,000 a year roughly, and even more. Hence Kyle Eastmond leaving to Rugby Union club Bath, where his wages will be significantly better than at Saint.
Saints being a top flight club, most players will be earning circa £80,000 - £100,000 per year.
Because players kick over the cross bar it was found that it became very difficult t judge if the ball passed through between the 2 uprights. The uprights were the built higher to remove the ambiguity
In rugby league theres
National league 1
National league 2
there the professional ones but i dont no if theres a third
NRL (National Rugby League)
Lebanese Rugby League (Lebrl)
Four Nations league (Australia, NZ, PNG, England)
South East Asia League (Thailand, Laos, NZ, Australia, China, Vietnam, Korea)
European league (France, Wales, Italy, Norway, Denmark, MORE!)
New Zealand Rugby League
Amercian National Rugby League (AMNRL)
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You must wear rugby boots, complying with the laws set down by your governing body. A good guide to what is and isn't legal is available at this link
Rugby socks are a good idea, as they provide some protection for your shins and are also thicker than normal socks, thus providing more warmth and cushioning (essetial when wearing stiffly supported rugby boots). I'm pretty sure these are strictly necessary, but I've never seen anyone play in anything but these socks.
Your team's kit is essential.
Regardless of the weather, a pair of heavy cotton shorts are a good idea. You will get warm during the match, so don't worry if it's cold out. The shorts should be, but don't necessarily have to be, of a heavy strong material. They are less likely to tear and also provide better grip.
If it is cold or wet, gloves may be a good idea. They provide extra grip and keep your hands warm (if I catch a hard ball in very low temperatures without my gloves on I seem to keep spraining my fingers) Rugby rules dictate that they must be fingerless, so buying special rugby gloves, although more expensive, is the best idea as they will comply with laws and have a special grip on the palm.
Wear a gumshield/mouthguard. These are essential not only for protecting your teeth, but also your jaw. I had tackling practice once, and I went despite having forgotte my gumshield. In a tackle, one of the girls' shoulders went into my jaw, sliding my lower jaw a little bit further than it should have gone. I damaged cartilage in my upper jaw and strained muscles in my lower jaw. Eating and talking was painful for a fortnight. Gumshields are relatively cheap to come by, I once had one for €2.50. I never wore it however, because it made breathing difficult due to the fact that it didn't fit. I've since had one made by a dentist at a cost of €160 but it fits perfectly, and even allows me to talk more or less normally. So long as you take care of it, it should last you forever. The initial cost of a gumshield far outweighs the cost of having dental surgery if you damage your teeth.
I'd say rugby League because it's fast, tough and its 80mins of hard work. In Union it's all stopping and it's very very slow game, it's just like nfl . RL you do not stop.
technically no. Once a yellow has been shown the player is off for the 10 minutes. However, where that play is classed as a speciality position (only one of the front row) a reserve may be fielded but another play must leave to make room for them. In the case of a front row player having to have a yellow card replacement its normally the blind side flanker that leaves the field of play
Both codes of Rugby (League and Union) have their origins when a soccer player picked up the ball from the ground and started running with the ball.
It was claimed to have been born when a 15 year old William Webb-Ellis a student of Rugby School, Warwickshire in England, whilst playing football picked up the ball and ran with it. The game was thereafter developed.
Rugby League (a picture of which is above) is a separate sport from Rugby Union that was formed in 1895.
Rugby boots need studs in order to offer the player grip on grass and mud, which can be slippy.
The nickname "lions" is used to refer to the British and Irish Lions - A team made up of the best from the UK and Irish rugby union teams. This includes uncapped players who have missed national opportunities but are recognised for the Lions cap.
146 England vs Holland 00
Wingers must be fast, as they are often used as 'finishers'. This means that the space created by the forwards and centres on the pitch should allow for the ball to be passed to a winger so that s/he can score a try. As such they must also be agile, and able to perform good evasive maneuvres, such as a side step, to avoid the opposition.