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3:00 – 4:00 PM


Year 5 – Year 6



Teacher: Mr. Lex Curtain

Location: Court 3, Sports Building 2nd FL



Rippa Rugby is a game for young rugby players. It is a very safe, non contact, easy-to-play game for both boys and girls alike. Best of all it’s fun and exciting for all involved. While the rules are simple and the game easy to learn, Rippa Rugby will promote excellent ball-handling and running skills, and give all kids a chance to participate in the game. The New Zealand Rugby Union is proud to recommend Rippa Rugby and are sure it will give the students a fun, safe and enjoyable sporting experience.

The object of the game is to score a try by grounding the ball behind or on the opponents’ try line. A try is worth five points. To prevent a try being scored the defenders must rip the flag from the belt of the ball carrier. This forces the ball carrier to pass the ball. Six rips against the attacking team in one set of possession results in the ball being turned over to the defending team.

ECA last class on Thursday 7 February 2019.