|Clermont - CastresLeague: Union (International)||25/05/2013 ||AlmostFamous |
Total tips: 472
|Salford - WidnesLeague: Super League (England)||26/05/2013 ||horseman |
Total tips: 1263
Rugby, originating in the United Kingdom in the nineteenth century, is a full contact, ball in hand sport. Two teams of 15 players face off on a large field. The purpose of the game is to score points by moving the ball into the opposing teams in-goal area, the “try,” completing a conversion kick, which the team would get after scoring a try, or a penalty kick or drop goal. The try is worth five points, the conversion kick is worth two and the penalty and drop goal are worth 3 points. Whichever team scores the most points by the end of the game, after two forty minute halves, wins.
The ball is moved up the field by being carried by players, kicking or passing. However, forward passing is not allowed. As a full contact sport, the opposing team’s aim is to prevent their opponents from scoring. This usually is done by tacking the player who has the ball or intercepting passes or kicks to regain possession.
Rugby betting probably has a history as long as the sport itself. The best rugby betting tips are that before gamblers decides to bet on rugby, they spend time watching matches, learning the sport, the players and the rules and then finding a sports book that gives odds that fit with their understanding of the sport. If you get good, pass those rugby tips on to your friends.
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