HOW TO PLAY RUGBY
Big Red Rugby's Rookie Rugby Program is a non-contact, introductory program that fosters skill development in small numbers on a small pitch. The game is made up of two 15-minute halves, with a 2-5 minute halftime in between. Players work as a team to move the ball forward until one player can run over the goal line and touch the ball to the ground with two hands. This is called grounding the ball and will result in a score, which is called a try in rugby. Rookie Rugby uses flags to simulate tackling and simplifies many aspects of the game, making it a fun and safe activity for all ages.