Rugby and tag rugby Escola Madrenc de Vilablareix

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Rugby and tag rugby Escola Madrenc de Vilablareix

  1. 1. Rugby and tag rugby
  2. 2. History of rugby• Rugby began when a boy named William Webb Ellis picked up a football and ran in 1823.• He came from Rugby which is why it is called this.• My grandpa studied at the school where this happened and my mother grew up in Rugby
  3. 3. England vs New Zealand- Example of rugby• Here is a video of actual rugby• https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rsgxLscr aY
  4. 4. The New Zealand “All Blacks” Hakka• This is an ancient war dance and is of great cultural importance to the people of New Zealand.• https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83GpTllf pkU
  5. 5. Differences between Rugby and Tag rugby• In tag rugby there is NO CONTACT.• Men and women can play together.• Everyone can play tag rugby.• It focuses on dodging and evading rather than strength.
  6. 6. How to play tag rugby• There are 7 players for each team.• One team has to run with the ball to the other side of the pitch to score a point.• The other must stop them by ‘tagging’ them (taking one of the Velcro tags)• The ‘attacking’ team has 6 ‘tags’ (chances) to score otherwise the teams swap over.• Tries are worth 1 point.
  7. 7. CVOC (Child victims of crime) and the RFU (Rugby football union)• https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o05NyY3 Ij4Y
  8. 8. Tagging and evading-use both hands
  9. 9. Next week we are going to play tag rugby at the school!

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