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A form of "rugby" invented by stupid northerners because they were too stupid to be able to understand the offside rules. Because of this there are no rucks, if you tackle someone you have to bugger off and let them have the ball back again.
Oh, I am a woman, I can't understand offside rules. I know lets invent a form of rugby for stupid people
 
1.
A faster, more exciting and more acessable code of rugby. Very popular in the North of England and Australia.
Wigan Warriors are a rugby league club
by black flag May 31, 2004
 
2.
A Fast paced and violent sport, were big strong men tackle aggressivly to gain the ball. More violent than the actors in wrestling, the game contains bigger and stronger men, such as Andy Farrel (Wigan Warriors) Who sustained injuries agains a team who dug his face into the ground and caused a broken nose, after which Andy was told to stop playing but carried on and won the match with a blood-covered face.
Man 1. Did you watch Rugby League the other day?
Man 2. Yeah, Andy Farrell broke his nose and carried on playing.
Man 1. What a guy.
by ThE_WiLkStA July 10, 2004
 
3.
The greatest game of all.

Initially formed as a breakaway from Rugby Union in the early 20th century as a way for players to be paid instead of the governing body pocketing all the profits, Rugby League has long since surpassed it's inferior cousin in all aspects.

A working class game of 13 men a side, there is no tougher sport on the planet. The men who play Rugby League are the true Gladiators of the 20th and 21st centuries.

An 80 minute game that is generally completed, with stoppages, in under 100 minutes, Rugby League is a test of skill, fitness, co-ordination and strength that no other game can match.

Imagine American Football played without the padding or the incessant stoppages and you get some idea of the pace and toughness of Rugby League.

Watch it and you WILL love it.
The only way to improve Rugby Union is to change it to Rugby League.
by The Real Everlovin' Antichrist February 26, 2005
 
4.
Rugby League is a simple game played by simple people.

Rugby Union is a game played by tw*ts.

Rugby League is easy to follow. Rugby Onion isn't.
by Billabong warrior December 03, 2005
 
5.
When one man shoves his finger up another mans bum.
That spastic just rugby leagued me, what a gay cunt.
by spiderman that hoe September 24, 2011
 
6.
Rugby League: The true religion
Satan: Curse those Rugby league men. They are just too tough. With St Andy Farrel commanding gods chosen people, how can i have dominion over the world???? These weak union Folk are no good to me. AAAAAARRRRRRRRRGGG

God: Ah Satan. Will you never learn? Union folk are weak and that is why you have command over those lesser people.
by Jeramia October 11, 2005
 
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A professional offshoot of the sport of Rugby Union long before Union went professional itself. Originally intended for the working class of Northern England who couldn't afford the Saturday off working in the mines, it somehow also took a root in Sydney Australia. Thanks to using some American style professional practices such as endlessly promoting the sport to adolescent mindset's and prostituting their clubrooms as gambling venues it's now the major code in the Australian State of New South Wales and the working class bogans of this state have spread the game with their migration to their northern neighbour in Queensland. Sadly the extent to the promotion of this sport has rendered many of its followers ignorant of not only the wider world, where Rugby still remains a fringe sport in its home nation England and amongst the absolute (and Australian imitating) refuse of New Zealand but they're completely isolated from the existing communities of Association Football, Australian Rules football and Rugby Union within their own states.

They really think that this now redundant game which the rest of mankind not immersed in finds; boring, low skilled, gauche, with stupid rules, for gutter trash, played by apes and like a strange version of Rugby more akin to professional wrestling is somehow important in the wider scheme of things. They really don't realize just what they're missing out on.
Typical New Zealander: Oh well, we can paint the house now, Sky sport's filling in with Rugby League for the rest of the day.
by RugbyLeaguecansmellmyarsehole October 23, 2009