One book published in 1996 stated that in senior rugby league, the five-eighth and hooker handled the ball more often than any other position.The Rugby League International Federation's Laws of the Game state that the "Stand-off half or Five-eighth" is to be numbered 6. However, traditionally players' jersey numbers have varied, and in the modern Super League, each squad's players are assigned individual numbers regardless of position.

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  • One book published in 1996 stated that in senior rugby league, the five-eighth and hooker handled the ball more often than any other position.The Rugby League International Federation's Laws of the Game state that the "Stand-off half or Five-eighth" is to be numbered 6. However, traditionally players' jersey numbers have varied, and in the modern Super League, each squad's players are assigned individual numbers regardless of position. (en)
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  • One book published in 1996 stated that in senior rugby league, the five-eighth and hooker handled the ball more often than any other position.The Rugby League International Federation's Laws of the Game state that the "Stand-off half or Five-eighth" is to be numbered 6. However, traditionally players' jersey numbers have varied, and in the modern Super League, each squad's players are assigned individual numbers regardless of position. (en)
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