No there hasn't been a draw its only been 1 away from a draw
Yes there has, I know of at least one, NZ v's South Africa 1921 in Wellington, However it is extremely unlikely that there will ever be a 0-0 draw in the modern game. There are possibly other drawn tests in the early days, but not sure.
Wales' first International Rugby Union match was played on February 19th 1881.
1871 was the first international between Scotland and England, the rugby rule book was written in 1870 by the rugby school
Vunibola of Fiji, Debut at 39 years old in the international sevens tournament.
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Any position can score in the game of union or league
Its the IRB (International Rugby Board)
The answer is nothing unless they were on tour when they received expenses (food and board only) The game was classed as ameture
If they are both union code ... nothing. Youth rugby is played on the same basis as full international regulations
Its 5 points in the union code