Beach rugby hits Italian seasides
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Beach rugby hits Italian seasides

A Beach Rugby League has recently been created here in Italy and will soon be touring beaches for it’s first annual tournament. The normal and beach versions of this Anglo-Saxon sport have become popular in Italy recently. There will now be two opportunities to watch the beach

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Thu 30 Jun 2005 12:00 AM

A Beach Rugby League has recently been created here in Italy and will soon be touring beaches for it’s first annual tournament. The normal and beach versions of this Anglo-Saxon sport have become popular in Italy recently. There will now be two opportunities to watch the beach version of this spectacular and violent game on July 2nd at the Lido di Spina di Comacchio, near Ferrara, and at the Tennis Club la Pinetina in Ostia.

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