Tag rugby has the highest participation levels in Australia, Ireland, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
According to sports writer Terry Godwin, writing in 1983, tag rugby was first developed in Gibraltar by the Gibraltar Rugby Union.
The rules of under-7s Mini Tag possess some rugby union features, like an unlimited tackle count.
It does not have an equivalent of the six tags law and instead tackled players must off-load the ball.
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In 2003–04, the English Rugby Football Union introduced Mini Tag into its junior development program called The Three Stages of the Rugby Continuum, replacing touch rugby.