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More rules better rules and add more get ride of common stuff Brief Overview Of Rugby Some sports historians put forth the theory that in the olden days it was considered amusement for one town to try and carry a somewhat startled young pig to another towns village square They would employ various methods of dodging dashing passing or just plowing through en masse to achieve this These primitive contests became refined over time and emerged as rugby soccer football etc There is also the worn-out legend of William Webb Ellis who one day during a soccer match at Rugby School in England decided to pick up the ball and run with it Our own research has shown that the kids name was really Wilma and it was her ball She was merely trying to make a point on the rampant sexism and provincial attitudes of that particular institution besides her mom was calling Wherever it came from todays rugby is at its best a blend of strategy strength speed and instinct At its least it is organized and glorious mayhem The object is to by carrying passing and kicking the ball score more points than the other team Where is it played Rugby is played in well over one hundred different countries Several million people are active participants Most European countries now have national rugby sides The game is also growing in Africa and South America and it continues to be popular in various places throughout the Pacific region The field also known as a pitch used is grass with the usual exception of mud The measurements of the field are shown in the image below The length of the field cannot exceed 100 meters 110 yards and the width cannot exceed 69 meters 75 yards Each try zone cannot exceed 22 meters 25 yards in length Goal posts similar to
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