Japan won 53-51 in the title match
Women and men play with the same team in this tournament
Leicester. Japan defeated Britain in the second season of the Wheelchair Rugby Quad Nation tournament and won the title of Japan. Japan won 53-51 in the gold medal event of the competition in England's Leicester. Britain was 26-25 ahead of Halfbrakes, but in the second half Japan made a great comeback. Earlier, Japan defeated Britain 47-43 in round robin. Japan won all three matches in the tournament and won the title while being invincible.
Compete in 8-8 minute quarters
Four countries Japan, Britain, France and Canada participated in the Wheelchair Rugby Quad Nation Tournament The highlight of the wheelchair rugby tournament is that only 4-4 players play from both the teams. However, bench strength is allowed to hold up to 12 players. Men and women can play from the same team. Matches are played in the 4-8-minute 4-quarters.
Wheelchair can collide, but not touching body
Wheelchair rugby is just right for the players to interfere with the wheelchair, but if there is a physical contact, the penalty is found. When a player crosses the front line of the front team and crosses the wheelchair with two wheels, then the goal is considered.
Players can not stop the ball more than 10 seconds
No player can hold the ball more than 10 seconds.
Similarly, teams also have 40 seconds.
If the result of the match is not achieved in 4-8 weeks of 8-8 minutes then get a 3 minute extra time.