Yes you can play for two regional clubs or more but you can't play for two international teams
If you play Rugby League in Schools, there isn't a cost at all! Playing Rugby League in clubs, there is a small fee you have to pay, the includes uniform, and equipment.
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He played for two clubs Santos and The Cosmos.
In play and out of play
Yes, one can play for the two clubs. But if the player is of the national status, he would have to take permission from his national board.
The main league in Ireland is called the All Ireland League which was founded in 1990. In total there are 51 rugby clubs in Ireland.
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Anyone can play rugby.
When rugby was formalised it became known as the Rugby Football Union (RFU). When a group of northern clubs found that many of its top players in the armature game were moving south for jobs to earn money and this allowed them play the armature game many northern clubs found it difficult to turn out a team as the men were working and from poor backgrounds therefore they couldn't afford to play. The northern clubs wanted to pay players for their match time and thus be able to turn out teams - The RFU rejected this without exception as it breached the rules of armature status. 18 clubs left the Union and started their own League - This became the Rugby League which went on to become the National Rugby League (NRL)