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Non-contact rugby trials underway in South Australia

Non-contact rugby trials underway in South Australia

Updated 6 August 2014, 18:17 AEST

Do you think your rugby playing days are over?

Non-contact rugby sevens is being trialed in a number of Australian states and if successful could be rolled out in the Pacific.

The Australian Rugby Union says it's a flexible competition and appropriate for mixed and single-sex teams.

CEO of Rugby in South Australia Lachlan Clark is also the national project manager for the non-contact rugby program.

Presenter: Geraldine Coutts

Speaker: Lachlan Clark, CEO Rugby South Australia

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