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Rugby Sevens

Bring the fast paced action of Rugby Sevens to your Crash Tackle field. The following Sevens rules are a great way learn the basics of Crash Tackle as well as developing your running rugby, and defensive skills. Sevens is played…

Competing for the ball Featured

In line-outs and scrums, winning the ball can depend entirely on how much each team is willing to compete for it! Before the ball is thrown into the lineout or scrum both teams must decide how much they are willing…

Clearing the ball

The scrumhalf is responsible for clearing the ball from the ruck and very rarely gets involved in one. His job is to wait for the ruck to be protected - then gather and pass the ball to his waiting team…

Off-side at the ruck Featured

Once a ruck is formed an imaginary off-side line forms from behind the last grounded player on each teams side of the ruck. Any player that is further up field then their line is off-side. What to do... An off-side…

Piling into the ruck!

A Ruck is, at best, chaos with countless players throwing their weight into an ever increasing mass of bodies. And when a frenzy for the ball starts, there's no telling how ugly it can get! What to do... Once a…

Moving over players Featured

Moving through crowded areas where players are packed together will slow even the fastest players. What to do... A player can step on top another player but his next move must be on to an empty space. He can not…

Charge Down!

Kicking under pressure is one thing, but making an accurate kick when you have 120 kg’s of muscle bearing down on you is something completely different! What to do... Any player attempting to kick the ball with an opponent within…

Entering through the Gate Featured

Once a ruck has been formed any other players wanting to join the ruck, either to protect the ball or gather, must do so through an area called 'The Gate'. This area is directly behind your side of the ruck…

Team Experience Rules

Now you can use your Crash Tackle game experience to develop your own rugby teams and make your team a world beater by purchasing Game Breakers and Coaching Staff. Experience rules give coaches a chance to build their teams into…

Obstruction

Deliberately placing team mates in front of your ball carrier is a great way to block tacklers, but it is also illegal! A player in front of the ball carrier could obstruct a defender from making a tackle, and can be…