Tag Rugby is a sport that is often played in schools. The rules are the same as normal rugby but you tag people rather than tackle.
Rather than attempt to summarise the rules, which are numerous here is the web address to get the best information http://www.coachingrugby.com/tag/laws/laws.htm
No. The same rules apply as in the full game in that respect
there are two tags in tag rugby!
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Tackle an opponent
Tag Rugby is a fun and exciting form of non-contact rugby suitable for males and females of all ages and abilities. There are no scrums and line-outs and tackling is not allowed. The game was first pioneered in this country by Nick Leonard in 1991 as a way of introducing youngsters to the game of rugby. Since then Tag Rugby has had phenomenal growth in popularity and has now spread to countries throughout the world. Initially it was only really played by youngsters but increasingly so men and women of all ages and ability are taking up the game and Tag Rugby is now being recognised as not only a way of introducing young players to contact rugby but as a game in its own right Because there are some 20 pages of rules attached to the game here is a link that will navigate to a comprehensive rules set for you More inof here:- .tagrugbyevents.org/rules.php
Tackle a player
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Possession means to have the ball.