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The Game

Rugby is played with two teams, each consists of fifteen players. The game may sound simple, but there is complexity behind it. The goal of the game is to bring the ball over to the opponents’ goal. Here is the catch in order to move forward, the ball should be passed backwards. A player is allowed to kick the ball forward, but the team members must be behind the ball at that instance when the ball is kicked.
This contradiction is where teamwork takes place.  Only through teamwork can the team achieve its goals. Each player achieves their goal so the entire team can win…

The Coach

The coach plays an important role in the team; the coach needs to be flexible and adaptable because the role of the coach varies depending on the team’s needs.
The coach is responsible for developing players. He should always be on the lookout for a child’s potential. They develop players technically and physically.
At an international level, the coach is responsible for selecting the best players to represent the team and the country. The couch must strategically choose players based on the skills and talent showed by the player.
The coach will be a …

5 Core Values of Rugby

Rugby promotes the values of Teamwork, Respect, Enjoyment, Discipline, and Sportsmanship. These core values are what make rugby one of a kind. Playing rugby creates an environment and culture that is enjoyed by the team players.
1. Teamwork
In every sport, teamwork is the key to winning. In rugby, a player does not play for themselves but for the team. They trust that each player will do their best in the part they play. If each member achieves their goal, then the entire team succeeds.
2. Respect
Respect is an important value in rugby. We learn to …