Recent Examples of rugby from the Web
Joined the team after winning three consecutive national championships with BYU's rugby team.
Colin Meads, one of New Zealand’s greatest and most revered rugby players, died on Sunday in Te Kuiti, New Zealand, his hometown.
On the significance of one particular design: RF: The quarter-zip rugby is a personal favorite.
Rugby punting adds a different dimension to special teams, Mele says.
More traditional sports such as baseball, softball and rugby are included.
Sean Pickett, a lawyer who’s part of the redevelopment team, said plans call for indoor basketball, volleyball and soccer courts and two outdoor soccer/rugby/football fields.
Cheshire Rugby Club: The club is hosting the second annual Constitution League youth rugby tournament Saturday at Quinnipiac Recreation Area in Cheshire (1325 Cheshire Street).
So far: rugby and GAA jerseys, socks, bodhrán, hurley, framed Yeates poem... pic.twitter.com/opzGaWZzmX — Kevin Doyle (@KevDoyle_Indo) July 4, 2017 And Got in on the Joke Poor guy indeed, but handsome.
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Origin and Etymology of rugby
First Known Use: 1864See Words from the same year
Definition of Rugby
RUGBY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rugby for English Language Learners
: a game played by two teams in which each team tries to carry or kick a ball over the other team's goal line
Learn More about rugby
Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article about rugby
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