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Rugby: A True Sport for All

Updated: Jun 30, 2022

A lot of people, when they find out I play rugby, don’t question me playing a stereotypically vicious game (it is still rough, but you’d think you compete in gladiatorial combat with how some people talk about it) With certain teammates of mine though, there’s plenty of questions. Yeah, believe it or not, there‘s a decent portion of rugby players that are 5’7”, about a buck 50 at most, but are some of the best players I’ve seen walk the pitch.

Looking around my DND group made up of rugby players (don’t judge it’s actually quite “in” now thank you) there’s such a diverse group of guys here, United over the love of one sport (and tabletop game, in this case) Rugby has such a diverse array of jobs and positions that bring a truly wide array of people together. I have found a home in the American rugby club, as has a monkey doctor, as have people like Chris Farley, George Bush Mark Cuban, the local mechanic, the local defense attorney, and someone you more than likely know. This sport has such a tight knit community that does anything for each other, and some of the nicest people I’ve met. To bring the American community to the world stage come 2031 will be a real treat, and will grow this love and this community. Something I think would definitely be a good thing. If you’re looking for a tight knit community in a sport that’ll keep you active, rugby is definitely the way. No matter who you are, you’ll be welcome, just bring a good attitude and an open mind.

Burn Notice: 10/10, TRY RUGBY

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