Look at famous centres such as Josh Morris, He is the 3rd most top try scorer of the year, and being a centre, you need to be fit, and know how to tackle.
Because he can play with forwards or another player in the back line
Super League is not a rugby club but the top level professional rugby league club competition in Europe. The league has 14 teams and 13 of them are from England and one from France. Super League began in 1996 replacing the RFL Championship.
it depends if you are good at catching if you are I would say fullback
No, but they're good at it.
jimmy birch a good old legend
There is, however its not very good!, they prefer rugby and other sports.
the kid from Africa who plays for wava wava rugby league team......he is a gun ....he got muscles.....he too good for you
Good question, i'd say Johnthan Thurson
There are many differences from rugby league and rugby union. Rugby league is predominantly a running game, each team has possession until they are tackled [taken to the ground] 5 times, after this possession is turned over to the opposition. On the fifth play the team in possession usually kicks for good field position when the opposition attacks, quite like in 'American' Football. In Rugby union there are far more rules and regulations. In union the attacking team stays in possession until they commit a foul, this can be in the form of a knock forward, accidental offside, not realeasing the ball on the ground, coming in from the side, playing the ball on the ground, not staying on your feet in the rook, etc. The defending team may also turn over the ball in a rook or maul or may intercept a pass, providing they are on side. Alternatively the attacking team can kick for good field position or a line-out, line outs are not found in rugby league. Apart from the same positions and player numbers and the basic rule that the ball cannot be passed forward, there are very few similarities between league and union.
It certainly is - checkout the website here there is loads of good information on what on there - canadarugbyleague.com/
Score a Try, do massive runs, and good tackles, and do lots of communication on the field.