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[1]  Prop (Loosehead)
[2]  Hooker
[3]  Prop (Tighthead)
[4]  Second Row
[5]  Second Row
[6]  Flanker (Blindside)
[7]  Flanker (Openside)
[8]  Number 8
[9]  Scrum Half
[10]  Fly Half
[11]  Left Wing
[12]  Inside Centre
[13]  Outside Centre
[14]  Right Wing
[15]  Fullback



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Second row
Fabien Pelous
Invariably the tallest men in the team.

It is their job to win the ball in the lineout and provide the main impetus to the scrum.

Due to their height, weight and increased athleticism, locks now perform a vital role in loose play.

Australia even have one that kicks goals.

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