At the back of the scrum and roams around the field during general play. Sometimes positioned in the middle of the field
The lock generally follows the ball around in attack and defense, so that he can make hitups/tackles.
Outside the scrum half
Depends on what position your playing at. If your a forward, you stand in the front If your second rower, you stand next to the wingers which are on the sides If your FullBack, your all the way back If your Five-eight, you can stand anywhere
If your looking at the league tables (both union and rugby league) then it means PLAYED
NRL stands for the National Rugby League
under the posts for a kick off.
Centers say beside the second rowers
The American National Rugby League (sometimes referred to as the AMNRL) is the major rugby league tournament for amateur/semi-professional clubs in the United States.
Depends on what postion you are.
They are basically a 3rd second rower and in scrums they stand behind the second rowers
Right in the very middle of the field, middle of the defence line.
The term RUGBY comes from the town of Rugby in Warwichshire England. The game of Rugby Union is reputed to have been conceived at the Rugby Public School which was situated in the Town and remains there to this day. Rugby League formally broke away from Union and became a separate sport in 1895.
The acronym NTL can stand for a number of things. One of them is the National Touch League. It is an annual touch rugby competition held in Australia.
Number 10 in the union code and number6 in league (league calls it a stand off half)