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they help the second rows get lifted in the lineouts

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Q: What is under the bandages just above the knees of the rugby players?
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Why do some rugby players wear bandages on their thighs?

The Rugby players that wear bandages around their thighs are predominantly those that compete in the lineout, the phase of play used to re-start a game when the ball has crossed a touch line. The bandages are meant to assist the players supporting the "jumpers" who compete for the ball at the lineout and are supposed to aid with grip. Some players even put the plastic tube from the inside of an elastoplast roll under the bandage to act as a "handle" for the player giving the support.


What are the players of rugby called?

Rugby Players


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15 players in a rugby team


When was Rugby Players' Association created?

Rugby Players' Association was created in 1998.


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for rugby league it is 13 players and for rugby union it is 15 players


How many rugby players are there in Japan?

There are 122,598 registered rugby union players in japan.


How many players are nedded to play rugby?

Rugby League has 13 players on each team. Rugby Union has 15 players on each team. There is a recognised game of seven-a-side in Rugby Union.


Which sport has 15 players in a team?

Rugby Union 15 players, (8 forwards and 7 backs) (Rugby League 13 players)


When was Rugby Union Players Association created?

Rugby Union Players Association was created in 1995.


When was Welsh Rugby Players Association created?

Welsh Rugby Players Association was created in 2003.


What do you call those who play rugby?

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How many players are in a rugby team at the start playing?

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