Rugby football is named after Rugby School, the public school in England where it was created. Legend has it that one day in 1823, a senior kid called William Webb Ellis chose for a run with the ball instead of resigning to kick it similar to the typical method of play in Rugby School football matches.
A rugby ball initially called a quanco, is a diamond shape ball utilized for simpler passing. Richard Lindon and Bernardo Solano began making balls for Rugby school insane sewed, four-board, calfskin casings, and pigs’ bladders.
A Fast-Developing Game in High Schools
Rugby is one of the fastest developing group activities in the United States for young men and young ladies all things considered. It is a very popular game in more than 120 nations by over 5.5 million individuals. Rugby is an extraordinary alternative for youth and high school competitors searching for another test and energizing experience.
The game consists of two teams, each comprising of fifteen players. Each group can convey, pass, or kick the ball to the end zone to score whatever number focuses as could reasonably be expected. The team scoring the more prominent number of focuses is the champ of the match. The two groups seek two forty-minute parts with a five-minute halftime