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Rugby union is a contact sport that consists of two teams of fifteen players. The objective is to
obtain more points than the opposition through scoring tries or kicking goals over 80 minutes of playing
time, divided into two 40-minute halves.
Play is started with one team drop kicking the ball from the halfway line towards the opposition. The rugby
ball can be moved up the field by either carrying it or kicking it. However, when passing the ball it can
not be thrown forward. The opposition can stop players moving up the field by tackling them. Only players
carrying the ball can be tackled and once a tackle is completed the opposition can compete for the ball.
Play stops when a try is scored, the ball crosses the side line or dead ball line, or an infringement
occurs. After a team scores points, the other team restarts the game at the halfway with a drop kick towards
the opposition. The team with the most points at the end wins the game. If you want to learn the rules in even
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