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Mod league

Mod league is a form of rugby league developed by the Australian Rugby League. It was developed to introduce children to rugby league.

Mod league follows on from mini footy; it introduces laws more common to the full international laws of rugby league, whilst also keeping the theme of being an introductory level. It is a necessary bridge between mini footy and the full rigours of international rugby league laws.

Similarities with Mini footy

  • Tackles below the armpits
  • Code of Conduct and safe play code enforced
  • Every player must play a minimum of one unbroken half of football in each match
  • Nationally accredited coaches, referees and first aid officers

Changes to bridge the gap between mini footy to rugby league

  • Kicking (without bombs)
  • 40 minute halves ages 8,7,6
  • Maximum number of players per team on the field at once is 11 at ages 9, 10, 11 and 13 at age 12
  • 6 tackles
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