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have potential and be brave. you got to have alot of ball skills and be able to throw the ball from a far distance. you also have to have good cooperation skills

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Is rugby a career?

Yes, you can become a professional rugby player and make a career out of it


Do you need any qualifications to be a professional rugby league player?

No, but you need past experience of playing RL.


When did rugby become a professional sport?

Rugby League split from Rugby Union to become professional in 1895. Rugby Union would not become professional for a hundred years, until after the 1995 Rugby World Cup.


How do you become a professional rugby player over the age of 30?

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What qualifications do you need to be a rugby player?

Educationally none however, you will be expected to have developed through the country of origins player structure. As many start their lives in the amateur sector of have played at high level through a university the players have been employed at some time in "other" occupations. They then become semi professional and final fully professional (if that country has a professional structure in place)


Why did rugby union become professional?

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How much is a rugby player paid?

the average professional rugby player in England is on £56,000 a yr


When did rugby league become professional?

1908


Who is josh duggan?

He is an Australian professional rugby league player.


What are the qualifications needed to become head rugby coach of South Africa?

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Mike is a professional rugby player who played for Samoa.


What is the average career span of a professional rugby player?

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Who was the first rugby union player to switch to professional rugby league?

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What qualifications to be a pro rugby player?

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Who earns more money rugby league or rugby union?

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How did James Hook become a rugby player?

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What GCSE's do you need to become a rugby player?

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Age of rugby players when they retire?

There is no standard age, however you rarely see a professional rugby player over the age of 35-40.


When did rugby union become proffessional?

Rugby Union became a professional sport in the wake of the World Cup in 1995 (officially on the 26th of August 1995).


What is the gross income for a professional rugby league player?

It would entirely depend on the indivdual.


When was Professional Rugby League created?

Professional Rugby League was created in 2005.


What sport is George Smith associated with?

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What do you get paid as a rugby player?

It can range from nothing at armature level to 100,000 per year as a professional


What is the average length of a rugby player's career?

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How long is a professional rugby match?

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