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rugby. By Noah . Learning targets. When was rugby invented? Who invented rugby? How many points dose rugby get? What do they do before the game? I am going t o tell what do they get for a champion ship game. I am going to compare rugby and football’s differences and their alikes .
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rugby By Noah
Learning targets • When was rugby invented? • Who invented rugby? • How many points dose rugby get? • What do they do before the game? • I am going to tell what do they get for a champion ship game. • I am going to compare rugby and football’s differences and their alikes.
When was rugby invented? In 1876 Rugby was invented.
Who was the inventor of rugby? William Webb Ellis was the inventor of rugby.
When was rugby first played? Rugby was first played in 1876.
Where was rugby first played? Rugby was first played in rugby England.
Differences in Rugby and Football Rugby you tackle people with a ball continuously. Rugby has 15 people on their team. Rugby gets a cup for winning a champion ship. Football has 11 people on their team. Football has time for offensive and defensive teams. Football gets a Lombardy trophy and rings.
Similarities in Football and Rugby Football and rugby you have to try to knock down the player with the ball. Football and rugby both have football shape balls. Football and rugby has a champion ship game.
What fans do before games, during, and after the game. American fans • We tailgate before football games. • We Paint our faces. • We Grill out. • We wear the player’s jersey. • They paint their faces. • They were their teams jerseys. • They were their teams hats. Their fans
points Football • 6 points for a touchdown. • 1 point for an extra point. • 2 points for a safety. • 3 points for a field goal. • 6 points for a touchdown. • 1 points for an extra point. • 4 points for a win. Rugby
Positions in Football and Rugby • In rugby there are backs, forwards, flankers, hookers, fly half, fullback, and wingers. • In football there are QB, center, halfback, running back, tide ends, guards, and wide receiver.
sources • www.silicovalleyrugby.org/positions.html Gouge Hooper, 2012, 2/24/2012