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I liked playing rugby when I was younger, we did it at school and I enjoyed out muscling some of the 'bullies' that liked to be physical. Oh how fun it was!

Watching it is okay, I tend to get bored, but sometimes I do find games to be captivating. I don't like watching rugby league, I find it dull as hell and it's not my idea of having fun.

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I do love rugby and prefer League over Union.
Unfortunately I have no way to watch this game, it is not so demanded in Canada. But I watching Canadian football games from time to time. And I was really surprised how that game is popular here. They have small tournament Canadian Football League but it's absolutely self-sufficient, especially in western Canada, where average game crowd is about 30-40k 
 

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