If you are referring to the one being build by New Zealand to showcase the matches then The total project cost for the venue is $4.6 million to construct and operate
to make a rugby ball it cost about 2-3 pounds!
The rugby ball may not weigh more than 460 grams or less than 410
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
dodge ball hahaha
Romania participated at seven Rugby World Cups.
This would depends on how much money each rugby ball costs, so you need to be more specific.
The Xbox 360 Rugby World Cup 2011 is in stock at amazon for $49.99
If you're wondering about a ball, it would cost about $15 or 8 pounds
So that when it is kicked it can bounce anywhere and make it much harder to chase
because all the energy that is not used will be turned into heat enegry and eventually this will heat up the earth so much, there will be nothing but heat and the world will turn into a giant ball of heat
You dive into the goal area with the ball extended in front of you. Much like the showboats of the NFL.
It's all a matter of opinion. If you like hard games, go for Rugby Challenge, because it's much more challenging than World Cup 2011. They are both high quality games anyway.
a tri is a rugby term. it is when the team scores by getting the ball into touch. it is much like a touchdown in American football.
It didnt actually create the game. In the early 1820s when Rugby School played their ball spot it was very much like soccer but allowed the player to carry the ball backward to their own team to make a pass. Running forward was not allowed. Web-Ellis collected that ball and ran FORWARD toward the opposing goal. This idea caught on and as students left the school they took this game with them until in 1863 the RFU was formed and the formal rules of Rugby were created
Many believe that rugby was born in 1823 when William Webb Ellis "with fine disregard for the rules of football (remember football was yet to split into the various codes) as played in his time at Rugby school, first took the ball in his arms and ran with it, thus originating the distinctive feature of the Rugby game". Although it is worth pointing out that this is apocryphal as there is little in the way of evidence to substantiate this view, it is however, the popular view. So much so in fact that the international committee named the Rugby world cup the "William Webb Ellis Trophy".
The 2011 Rugby World Cup costed New Zealand around NZ$310 million to host, and generated around NZ$280 million in return ticket sales.
Planet Uranus does not support life as we know it. It is pretty much just a giant ball of gases.
If its reduced the ball absorbs the pressure of a kick making the ball fly much less if at all, the bounce in the ball is reduced and the passing is like throwing a wet sponge. - If over pressurised the ball continues to bounce in the normal way but the shape will change causing the aerodynamics to change
The answer to this question is yes. It can vary, but not very much. Yet, the red giant is the coolest star.
a league ball has a preffered weight of 410g to 460 grams a union ball 410 - 460 grams so they are the same. Howver, both code use a ball much heavier for passing practice to improve that skill area
Much more then Australian Rugby League players
Rugby Union is alot bigger everywhere. The only places they seem to play it is Australia and northern England. Rugby union is a much better sport anyway. Rugby Union is more popular than Rugby League because Rugby Union is much older than League. Rugby Union players get much more than League players and union is played in more places than league. I recon League is much better than union.
RUGBY NETBALL VOLEY BALL pretty much anything but those are the three main ones