Rugby is a sport were you tackle people of course so really if you are afraid to get kicked, punched or tackled rugby is definitely not the sport for you.
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Rugby actually preceded games which use some of the principles such as American football Gaelic football. There are two related types of Rugby. Rugby League and Rugby Union.
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The game of football (soccer) was originally a mix of rugby and soccer as we know today. However, in 1870 ther was a move to formalise the game which then was called football. The rules of the game allowed the ball to be handled and carried to the rear of the ball carrier to pass but the events of web elllis running forward carrying the ball (which really wasnt in the rules) became the new way of playing. Added to this "hacking" (the kicking of the legs from beneath the ball carrier) was also allow. In the new step up handling and hacking became against the rules and teh Football Association was created - Supportes of te ball carrying game split and formed the Rugby football union. The game of American football can be traced (in the same line as rugby and football/soccer) back to Atherstone Shrovetide Game, dating back to 1199 and the Eton Wall Game All of which were UK based. The games were in basic a rough free for all where teams were not equal and frequently had 100 people on the field of play.
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I don't know personally, but my school plays tag rugby and we have a rugby club, where we play touch rugby and some full contact.
Some players just want to play rugby but mostly because rugby pays better then league.
for gaa (gallic football or hurling) there are county teams eg. Limerick, Dublin, Cork.or club teams who take a parrish name eg. patrickswell, murroe/boher. gaa games are amature sports ie. players don't get played. players can only play for their local team so there are no transfers. for rugby there is the national team (Ireland obviously)provincial teams eg. Munster leinster, Connacht. and club teams. for soccar/football there's national and club teams. the club teams include, Cobh ramblers, Shamrock rovers, Limerick 37...
Wales rugby shirts can be bought from many different stores online and offline. Some examples of stores that sell Wales rugby shirts include World Rugby Shop and Shop Rugby.
Some popular recruitment agencies which fill jobs in rugby include Rah Rah, Rugby Recruit, and Ant Workforce. These agencies have different proposals to encourage potential recruits to join rugby.