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A rugby hooker is a specialist 'forward' position, playing a vital role in scrums and lineouts. Strong build and tough? This may be your position.
You are one of the eight forwards in a team. At lineouts hookers throw in the ball, like this. Rugby hooker throws in to a lineout. The opposing hooker defends the space between the touchline and the front of the lineout. Hookers can be many shapes and sizes, but tend to be smaller versions of props, powerfully built, medium to tall. It reduces possibilty of being injured when you take part in scrums. Lower body is important.
Flexibility, agility, co-ordination are required to get into position in the scrum to strike at and win the ball. There are numerous scrums in a game of rugby. You will be right in the middle of every one of them. The props are there to support you and enable you to do your work. The opposing front rows create a tunnel into which the scrum-half rolls the ball. You, the hooker, immediatly strike for the ball using feet only!
The side putting in the ball always gets 'the loose head' as well. This means the ball is put in at the left where the loose head prop is. The result is that when the ball is put in the tunnel the hooker of the non-offending team is nearer the ball than the other hooker and so usually gets the ball.
The hooker 'hooks' the ball backwards, it travels through the scrum and emerges at the back. Hookers don't stand in the lineout , they stand behind the touch-line and throw the ball in to the other players. Line-outs are frequent in rugby so you must get a good share of possession, especially from your own throw. The hooker of the non-offending team the offending team put the ball into touch throws the ball. Important for the hooker are. There is also a defensive role in the line-out. There is a 5-metre gap between the touch-line and the front of the line-out.