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    [Law] Re: Hand Off or Fend to the face/head/neck

    I can agree with that.:) Only wanted to explain what Camquin had thought he’d heard/been told.
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    [Law] Re: Hand Off or Fend to the face/head/neck

    For even more clarity, the ball had just left the ruck and that was why (probably) the referee did not see it. The No15 entered the ruck area late and the altercation took place. The contact cannot...
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    [Law] Re: Hand Off or Fend to the face/head/neck

    The actual words used by the AR were “15 struck out with a flat hand” and the ref gave his reason to the captain as a “push to the face”. Take your pick.
    The player who was struck was a player...
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    [Law] Re: Hand Off or Fend to the face/head/neck

    Doesn’t really matter. It was off the ball and to the head. As far as I can see there wasn’t much force. We don’t need to go down the route of semantics on this one. Both are illegal. Both are a...
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    [Law] Re: Hand Off or Fend to the face/head/neck

    The actual offence was aN open hand push/strike to the face to an off the ball player, so wasn’t a hand off. It was an AR call.
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    [Law] Re: Knock on into the dead ball area.

    They’ve still made it dead in the goal area.
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    [Law] Re: Knock on into the dead ball area.

    Not if it is made dead.
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    [Law] Re: Knock on into the dead ball area.

    I can appreciate the different arguments for what ‘should’ be the outcome or what people prefer etc but the debate is rather pointless in my opinion because a 5M scrum is what you have to award...
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    [Law] Re: Knock on into the dead ball area.

    Only for a scrum advantage.
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    Re: Pulling a player from the ruck/tackle

    Can’t disagree with you. What is not always heard by the spectators is the ‘management’ of the situation or perhaps a downtime warning.
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    Re: Pulling a player from the ruck/tackle

    They are allowed because, despite the possible dangers if not done correctly, they are deemed to be a positive action to aid fluidity. There is nothing positive that can come out of ‘pulling’. (As...
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    Re: Pulling a player from the ruck/tackle

    When you croc roll you have to bind on. Pulling does not involve binding. Hence my first post on this thread. All I, and other posters, are saying is that it is illegal and there are several laws...
  13. Thread: "use it"

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    [Ruck] Re: "use it"

    I can tell you that all senior/professional referees are telling/encouraging SHs to do what NO said in the OP. When playing the ball back you have to use your feet snd keep your hands offe ball until...
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    Re: Pulling a player from the ruck/tackle

    There are several that you could apply outside of Law 15. Try law 9 - 9.20c is fairly specific!
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    Re: Pulling a player from the ruck/tackle

    No. Without referring to any specific laws -not binding, collapsing ruck, playing player without ball. Usually managed rather than penalised depending on materiality.
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    [Golden Oldies] Re: Reports on Referee post-game on WhosTheRef

    I can say very confidently through experience and some knowledge that the levels on WTR are a VERY rough guide to the level of the match. If it was a NC1 game then we would be appointing anyone from...
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    [Golden Oldies] Re: Reports on Referee post-game on WhosTheRef

    Tyrrells Premier games are appointed by the RFU. This could see anything from a L3-L6 referee and occasionally a L7 if somebody is being fast-tracked.
    Tyrrells Premier Development (2nd) teams are...
  18. Re: Scrum Law 19.28 - scrum half position - your advice please

    I believe Phil that the penalty was against the scrum half for the manner in which he queried the matter of law.
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    As it was a National League game you could always let the appointments officers know that you think the referee may have misinterpreted the laws and if they feel you are correct then they will ensure...
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    [Line out] Re: Receiver at a lineout

    That should no longer be happening. Since the introduction of a specific mention of 2M instead of a ‘minimum’ i know refs have been asked to marshal the situation more stringently. I raised the...
  21. Re: Scrum Law 19.28 - scrum half position - your advice please

    Ref and player are both partially correct and it is down to timing.
    Laws 19.28a and 19.30b apply.
    At the start of the scrum the defending S/H should be by the tunnel and once the ball is in can...
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    [Line out] Re: Receiver at a lineout

    Even he couldn't do it nowadays. He’s put on weight and not been training so much.:)
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    [Law] Re: Uncontested lineout drive/ maul - penalty?

    18.35 is the situation where non-participants must basically get out of the way and go back 10M and not return or interfere with play until the lineout is over. Here the lineout was formed properly....
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    [Law] Re: Uncontested lineout drive/ maul - penalty?

    I think you might find that others will disagree with you because the ball will have left the line of touch even if the player that catches the ball hasn’t left the lineout by your definition.
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    [Line out] Re: Receiver at a lineout

    I have always found as a coach that introducing the receiver to do any lifting is fraught with too many dangers, especially in 7s. I can think of far more creative and less ‘dangerous’ (From a law...
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