Rugby Positions

from the numbers on the jerseys guess the position name
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Last updated: May 14, 2012
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Hint
Answer
1
Prop
2
Hooker
3
Prop
4
Second Row
5
Second Row
6
Flanker
7
Flanker
8
Number 8
Hint
Answer
9
Scrum Half
10
Fly Half
11
Winger
12
Center
13
Center
14
Winger
15
Full Back
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Level 12
May 29, 2012
You should add wing as an option for 11 and 14, 12 should be inside center, 13 outside center, 8 man or eight man should be accepted for 8
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Level 26
Nov 20, 2012
i know 8 as eightman, 11 as inside center, 12 as outside center, 13/14 as wings
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Level 21
Jun 21, 2017
??? No
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Level 49
Aug 18, 2013
Could we have the non-American spelling of 'centre' accepted, please?
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Level 20
May 4, 2014
definitely accept 'centre' as that is the correct way to spell it. bloody Americanisms
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Level 34
Jan 7, 2015
center and center are both used in uk english.
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Level 67
May 26, 2014
You should accept the non-American spelling of 'centre' for 12 and 13. Also 'wing for 11 and 14
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Level 75
Jun 25, 2014
Specialised positions would be good, i.e blindside and openside flankers.
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Level 37
Oct 16, 2014
Could we possible accept halfback, first five-eighth and second five-eighth for numbers 9, 10 and 12 respectively? that's what we call them here in New Zealand
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Level 36
Feb 18, 2015
Accept 8 for no. 8 pls
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Level 27
Apr 22, 2016
as the sport is english you should have Centre accepted as that is how the majority of rugby playing nations spell it
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Level 47
Jun 15, 2017
Technically Number 8 is also a flanker ..... although I'm amazed that when I put in Lock it accepted it for Second Row
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Level 58
Jul 8, 2017
Not enough distinction between positions....1 and 3 are different, as are 6 and 8, even though their generic name is the same.

So you should accept tighthead prop and loosehead prop respectively, ditto blindside and openside flankers.

There are other names for fly half which are correct - outside half or stand-off half are both terms used for the no 10 spot.

Centres should be inside centre (12) and outside centre (13)

Wingers should be left wing (11) and right wing (14)

And note spelling of centre - most people doing this quiz will spell it the British way.

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Level 48
Oct 25, 2017
I think you mean 'centre' in most rugby-playing parts of the world...
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Level 48
Dec 14, 2017
you should allow blindside and openside for the flankers
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Level 48
Dec 14, 2017
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! you can tell i mean it
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Level 66
May 4, 2018
Really, no. 8 not accepted as number 8?!?
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Level 31
Oct 5, 2019
Please accept inside centre and outside centre for 12 and 13 instead of just centre
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Level 49
Jul 15, 2020
Centre. Always has been, always will be. Not to accept the original spelling is ludicrous. And in Wales, No 10 is an Outside Half. Also, lock is a widely recognised term for the second rowers.