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In Touch Rugby Verses Contact here are the differences

>Non-contact, removing elements such as scrums, rucks, mauls, lineouts and kicks

>Tackles are replaced by touches

>Touch rugby is often played informally

>One common variation is that a fair touch must be below the waist

>Very little equipment is required to play.

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