Oval. A Gilbert football for Rugby Union, a Steeden Football for Rugby League and a Sherrin for Australian Rules Football (AFL).
Australian rules football, cricket and rugby league.
Rugby league is by far dominant in Australia. Union is the fourth most popular code of football, after Rugby League, Australian Rules and Soccer.
Cricket, Rugby League and Australian rules football.
Australian rules football (commonly locally called "footy" and which is vastly different from English football, rugby league, rugby union, or American football) is considered Australian because it was invented and developed in Melbourne, Australia.
They have the usual basketball, volleyball, swimming, bowling, and football. The most popular is the Australian Rules Football and their Rugby league
Football (soccer) and rugby were until the very late 1800's the same game. When the Football league was created rugby lovers took their game and created the Rugby union. American football is derived from Rugby ,Australian rules football
A rugby (league or union) ball is a prolate spheroid. The same shape is also used in Australian Rules Football, and in both American and Canadian football.
Australian Rules Football (AFL), football, rugby, cricket
yes it is, it stands for Australian Football League, which is the highest league level of Australian Rules Football
AFL, or Australian Football League - Football (Australian Rules)
There are many sports but some of them are Australian Rules Football Canoeing Cricket Cycling Golf Motor sport Rugby league Rugby union Football SkyDiving and Parachuting Swimming Tennis