Are there officials in rugby

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Yes there are. You have a referee for example, and there are others.

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The match officials

What rugby officials?

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What are the rugby traditions after scoring?

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What equipment does a referee need in rugby?

whistle, red yellow card, form of communication to linesman officials and assistant referee.

Officials of rugby?

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What do you call a group of a people at a rugby game?

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