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Injury Timeduring a half, the clock is stopped by the referee while any injury is attended to. After the normal half's time has expired (eg. 40 minutes) the continued play afterwards equal to the amount of injury stoppage is called injury time.
 
Inside Centerthe back wearing No. 12. See Centers
 
IRBthe International Rugby Board. The IRB is the ruling body for Rugby Union worldwide and has primary responsibility for setting and adjusting the laws of the sport and running the Rugby World Cup championships for 15s and 7s every four years.
 


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