Competition in Rugby League is all about competition, with every team trying to beat their rivals on a given day to claim the title.
For the next month the best teams from each league will compete for a share of the prize money and the opportunity to play the 2019 Rugby League World Cup in Auckland, New Zealand.
There are six competitions taking place across Australia, and they are all going to be in the same four-day period.
This means there will be plenty of time for you to get your rugby league fix before the competition starts on May 1st.
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The NRL, AFL, NRLW, NRLF and WAFL will all be playing in the NRL competition.
There will be five finals series in each competition, and there will also be a single elimination series for each competition.
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Rugby league will be played across five competition phases.
The first phase is the competition phase, which is designed to allow players to get to grips with the rules of the sport.
This will involve games of ball and foot contact, kicking, running and tackling.
The second phase will be where the action is, with a series of drills to prepare the players for the match.
Players will have to deal with three different types of ball in this phase: the high ball, medium ball, and low ball.
If a player hits a medium ball during this phase they will be assessed a penalty.
If a player misses a medium or high ball during the first or second half of the match, they will lose the match if they score a try.
In the second phase the players will also have to run in a circle, which involves a sprint and a tackle.
Players have to try to avoid a tackle if they touch a tackle, or if they hit a tackle that they don’t want to hit.
If they touch another player in the circle, they must run in the opposite direction, or they will receive a penalty and the game will continue.
Finally, the third phase is where the players get to work on their passing skills.
Players are allowed to play their passes up and down the field with the ball and pass to the other team.
This is where you’ll find the biggest action and is where your favourite players will be working.
Players get the ball on the left or right shoulder and they must make sure they have the ball to pass.
If players make a mistake with the pass, they receive a try and a penalty are assessed.
The final phase is when the players tackle their opponents.
If you miss a tackle with the tackle, you receive a yellow card and a yellow penalty.
If the ball bounces off your opponents shoulder, the player receiving the ball receives a yellow flag.
If the ball touches the ball carrier, the ball is kicked out of the tackle and the ball goes in.
There is no time limit in the competition, so players are free to work their tails off during the competition.
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The Rabbitah’s competition phase is also a bit different from previous years.
This year there are four phases, with the first two days of competition being the same as last year.
The game will also feature a double elimination tournament with two matches a week.
This means there are two rounds to play for the chance to win a share, and then two more rounds to see who finishes top of their group.
The 2019 Rugby league World Cup will be held in Auckland in 2021, with eight teams in the preliminary tournament and 16 in the final round.
The finals round will be the first round with the four teams fighting it out to see if they will go on to make the finals, while the quarter finals will see the top four teams advance to the final.
The teams will then play in the first ever grand final on the weekend of May 6th, and it will be a historic day for rugby league in Australia.
The last time the Grand Final saw an NRL match was in 1993 when the Rabbitohses beat the Titans in the semi finals.
The next year the game is expected to be played at the same venue, and will be televised by Fox Sports.
There will be six teams in each of the four phases.
There’s no time for a break in the action as the action kicks off at 3pm AEDT on Friday.
Follow the action live at the ABC Sport Facebook