How to choose a rugby ball
• You can choose between different categories of rugby balls. A match and training ball is suitable for proper matches and full-on practice, while a flattened end ball is perfect for independent practice. You can throw the ball against the wall to improve your passing and catching skills.
• Some balls are made of materials more suitable for training, helping with grip and other skill development, while others are meant for matches.
• The size of the ball is important when thinking about the age groups and who’s playing. Smaller balls are ideal for children still learning, or for leagues that don’t use the standard Rugby Union ball.