There is an ongoing debate between two great sports - rugby vs football.
Which is better? Tougher? Cooler?
All good questions.
We’re going to focus much more on the differences between the two so that you can form your own opinion on the questions above.
I have played both these sports and I love
A ruck is a phase of play within rugby where one or more players from each team are in physical contact close around the ball on the ground.
A ruck is formed after the ball carrier is taken to the ground. Having made the tackle, the tackler must immediately release the
A maul is a phase of play within rugby where one or more players from each team are in physical contact close around the ball that is held up off the ground.
A scrum is a method of restarting the play and is awarded following numerous actions within the match. A scrum is similar to the line of scrimmage in American Football in that there are two sets of designated players attempting to drive each other back. In rugby the scrum is
A rugby lineout is a method of restarting play when the ball goes into touch (out of bounds).
When the ball crosses the side-line (or touch line) a lineout is awarded to the team whom did not touch the ball last. An exception to this is when the ball
The positions in Rugby Union are split up into two main groups. Forwards and backs, forwards are numbered 1-8, do most of the dirty work and make up what’s called a scrum. The backs however are numbered 9-15 and stay out wide making darting runs around the park, the backs