The rugby ball may not weigh more than 460 grams.
Under rules 2 of the IRB Regulation a ball must weigh 410 - 460 grams
to make a rugby ball it cost about 2-3 pounds!
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A rugby ball
Its called "A Rugby Ball" simple as that - There are different manufactures of these balls but they are all a rugby ball
Its a rugby ball
a rugby league ball is usually a thinner longer make to a rugby union ball which is more round and has a larger sweet spot for kicking.
A Rugby Ball. there are no other names for it
A golf ball can't weigh more than 45.9 grams.
less then you. :)
No. Not a ninja. The rugby ball was made when John Gilbert made a rugby ball out fo pigs bladder
You use a rugby ball to play rugby. It is shaped like an egg.
Richard Lindon, a leatherworker in Rugby, England, designed the rugby ball in the 1840s.
-A rugby union ball is wider than a rugby league ball, but they are the same in length. -A rugby union ball is rounder. -A league ball is less aerodynamic. -A league ball bounces more unpreddictably -A league ball is lighter
Its just called a rugby ball.
how was the rugby ball originally made
Rugby is like .... rugby. The only game that has a similarity and that's a tackle and ball aspect are Australian rules and American football
The game Rugby League requires the player to have the ball with him. You cannot play Rugby League without the ball. So the ball is in play for 80mins.
most rugby players weigh different amounts
A rugby ball
dodge ball hahaha