Our teams developed this lightweight ball for beginning rugby. Size 3 for ages 5 - 9. Your children will make their first try! Its ball feel and softness make it perfect for learning to play rugby, and particularly for learning to pass. It is colourful to stand out as a fun ball.
Textured surface provides a quality grip and better ball handling.
Weighs only 265 g in size 3—very lightweight, and perfect for learning to play!
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Learn about the technical details.
Not all of our balls are made in the same way. A ball's panels can be machine stitched or hand stitched. The entire 100 range is machine stitched. This helps make it possible to provide you with a ball that is excellent value-for-money. In our 300 and higher ranges, all the balls are hand stitched. This ensures better resistance to wear, better shape retention, and improved performance (grip and especially trajectory).
A ball for getting started and learning to play.
As a beginner, you'll want a fun ball that's easy to handle: get something light and grippy from the 100 range The balls in our 100 range are designed for occasional use. These balls are lightweight and won't hurt, making them perfect for getting started with playing rugby. As you begin to improve your game, especially when it comes to passing, we recommend moving up to a ball from the 300 range.
Choose the right size rugby ball.
There are different sizes of ball available. For younger children (aged 5 to 9), choose a size 3 ball: lighter and easier to handle. For children ages 10 to 14 and women up to age 18, use a size 4 ball. For anyone older than 14, choose a size 5 ball. To help you, the size is written on the ball.
Store in a dry and ventilated place, away from the humidity.
Tested by our partner club and rugby school (OMR: Olympique Marcquois Rugby). To ensure good grip and a long-lasting ball, we recommend brushing the ball regularly to remove any mud, especially in winter.