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English: Webb-Ellis carrying the ball during a school association football match played in 1823. According to legend, this action have created the rugby-style of play.
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  • 2007-06-30 15:42 Lordprice 255×160×8 (10082 bytes) Webb-Ellis at Rugby, 1823.<br> This picture is the copyright of the Lordprice Collection and is reproduced on Wikipedia with their permission<br> http://www.lordprice.co.uk/sports/rugby/rugby.html<br> http://ww

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current22:27, 30 December 2007Thumbnail for version as of 22:27, 30 December 2007228 × 283 (10 KB)DdfreeWebb-Ellis at Rugby, 1823.<br> This picture is the copyright of the Lordprice Collection and is reproduced on Wikipedia with their permission<br> http://www.lordprice.co.uk/sports/rugby/rugby.html<br> == Licensing == {{cc-by-sa-2.5}}

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