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  1. Re: Offside under 10 metre law. or not ? No offsides in goal ?

    Possibly some of their kids have also played League, where you cannot be offside in your own in-goal area for any reason.
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    Re: U14 NRoP 2016/17

    I applaud their big-hearted move to harmonise this law with us and so not confuse any young kids out there who may be playing both codes. Do you think they might be convinced to also disallow...
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    Re: Smashing them back

    I might have been willing to give him the benefit of the doubt, except for the following:

    He has previous for sexist comments and also for making jokes about domestic violence

    The exact wording...
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    Re: How do we feel about this decision

    Why does there seem to have been a rash of this sort of thing in the last couple of years?
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    Re: U13 - Undercover refs

    How are they supposed to have any moral authority when they need to be fundamentally dishonest to make their point?
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    Re: marching them back 10m for dissent

    Come 'ere Roberts, ya prat
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    [Tackle] Re: M. Machenaud RC - Top14 Final

    Are you saying that he was trying to make it appear as though he fell on his head, or he was deliberately managing his fall so he fell head-first? If the latter, and he is taking a conscious...
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    [Law] Re: How Brexit may affect your wallet.

    How? Remember that Fixed-Term Parliaments Act that Nick Clegg was so proud of? It's still there. Let's say Boris Johnson ends up as prime minister. To call an election before 2020, the sensible...
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    [Law] Re: How Brexit may affect your wallet.

    This will not happen. Corbyn was elected overwhelmingly by the membership. If they force another leadership election, he will win again.
  10. Thread: The hooter

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    [INTERNATIONAL] Re: The hooter

    Until very recently, we're talking within the last ten years at the earliest, all broadcasters ran the DOG clock themselves because there wasn't a way to have a unified graphics theme and take what...
  11. Thread: The hooter

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    [INTERNATIONAL] Re: The hooter

    If so then there is no excuse for this; in North America they now have systems where either the TV clock is electronically linked to the official clock and stops and starts off the same signals, or...
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    [Law] Re: Penalty & kicking tea

    I've got this fantastic mental image of the coach in full morning dress running an elaborate tea set onto the field for the kicker to refresh himself before he kicks. "One lump or two, sir?" Talk...
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    Re: Referee dinner with nobility

    I think this is the wrong tack. If you were going to try to beard them on this, surely the way to go is all conspiratorial and sympathetic and "look, who's telling you to do this shite? what do they...
  14. [CLUB RUGBY] Re: Quickly taken conversion after dubious try

    Sometimes I find that I want to stop play immediately but I don't want to award a try this second, and depending on the situation I'll use either "knock-on" or "time off", depending on which seems...
  15. [CLUB RUGBY] Re: Quickly taken conversion after dubious try

    That kinda looks like contortions to solve the wrong problem; the question should not be "how do we get the referee out from the bottom of the well?", it's "how do we stop the referee falling in the...
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    Re: Minimum Wage question

    There is a very, very, very important qualifier that needs to be added onto the end of this.

    If the relevant authorities know about the case; and if the relevant authorities are inclined to take...
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    [In-goal] Re: Try or no try? You decide.

    No try. Knock-on in-goal. No downward pressure until the second go.

    On the other hand, I have absolutely no problem with giving the benefit of the doubt to the attacking side, or against a...
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    Re: Ground too hard.

    For mine, the difference between a frozen pitch and a baked pitch is that a baked pitch, such as I see through most of my season, has a covering of grass on top that short moulded studs or pimples...
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    Re: The effect of referee of rugby betting

    There's a difference between "Here is a good platform to score from", and "Here are three points if you would like them".
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    Re: Law 5.1 Duration of a match

    I absolutely disagree. At that level, to get the end of the half wrong by more than a few seconds is surely what the NHS calls a never event: both wholly preventable and with the potential to result...
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    Re: Law 5.1 Duration of a match

    Was there really nobody else keeping time? Did the timekeeper not have a stopwatch and a radio, or a horn, or something? When I've done interchange for Broncos, the timekeepers were armed with two...
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    [Tackle] Re: What is the game coming to?

    Anyone else concerned that they got so carried away with the flip that they completely missed an absolutely classic sneaky obstruction by White 7? He clearly sees where the kicker's trying to run to...
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    Re: The effect of referee of rugby betting

    I know exactly what a tipping service is for. I know how much money a good tipster can make. This genuinely would be very useful information to a tipster. Coming on here and posting a big list of...
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    Re: Fitness tracking app/watch

    Runtastic works fine for me.
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    Re: The effect of referee of rugby betting

    I'm not sure this is transferable. The referee's whistle and kicking penalties to score points are far, far more influential in Union. If I had the spare time, I'd be doing my own bit of research...
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