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    [Maul] Re: Non Competing at a Maul

    a 'maul like thing' rather than an actual maul, right? We are talking about the scenario where one team step aside and don't maul

    So if no maul has formed, and the ball has left the lineout then...
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    [Maul] Re: Non Competing at a Maul

    If the lineout is over they can come round and get the ball.
    If the lineout is not over they can't leave it

    It's customary for the ref to signal when the lineout is over
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    [Maul] Re: Non Competing at a Maul

    did you take your arm down signalling lineout over?
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    [Maul] Re: Non Competing at a Maul

    We just had a thread on this...

    http://www.rugbyrefs.com/showthread.php?21479-Question-on-driving-maul-at-a-lineout&highlight=email
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    [Law] Re: Thrown Backwards, Bounces Forwards

    On my small screen phone it looked a bit forward !
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    [Law] Re: Offside oddity

    So there are three possibilities

    To get onside Blue 9 has to get behind
    1 the place the ball was played
    2 blue 7 (the player who played it)
    3 the ball

    Adding to context: after fumbling the...
  7. [Law] Re: Folauís online comments have taken a turn for the worse.

    Rugby player suggests climate change causes flood.. no one notice
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/science-environment-49741856

    Rugby player suggests God causes fires ..
    Lots of discussion on...
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    [Law] Offside oddity

    Red fly hack the ball through the blue defence and players from both teams chase it

    blue 7 gets to ball first, tries to gather it but loses control, knocking the ball toward the blue line , (ie...
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    [Law] Re: Thrown Backwards, Bounces Forwards

    I imagine they took it out because it raises the spectre of the ground. "forward" is not judged relative to the ground, as we know, so best just don't mention it
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    [Law] Re: Thrown Backwards, Bounces Forwards

    In practice if some one tries to catch the ball, fails , and it pops out forward , I am pretty much going to call a knock on

    If a player is intentionally chesting , need to have arms spread
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    [Law] Re: Thrown Backwards, Bounces Forwards

    Did it pass between his hands as he tried to catch it? Or were his arms spread wide ?
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    [Line out] Re: Pro14 Munster versus Ulster

    For context, in the Quins game it happened (I think) three times, making the crowd mad.
    The physio received a warning
    Then when it happened again, Skinner got the card
  13. Thread: Touch in goal

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    [In-goal] Re: Touch in goal

    So there is an anomaly
    .. defender tackled in Tig = 22m
    .. defender held up = 5m scrum

    But the latter is so rare it's not worth worrying about
  14. Thread: Touch in goal

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    [In-goal] Re: Touch in goal

    Hang on .. so the scenario of
    Attackers kick into in goal
    Defender gathers , and tries to counter, but is tackled into TIG

    What are you giving ?
    I would give a 22m , but you seem to be...
  15. Thread: Touch in goal

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    [In-goal] Re: Touch in goal

    And of course we also have the scenario where the attackers carry the ball into the in goal, lose possession of the ball and the defenders then make it dead.
  16. Thread: Touch in goal

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    [In-goal] Re: Touch in goal

    Well, that general rule isn't in the Law Book any more now, just various scenarios... so I would say 21.17 applies , as it specifically covers it
  17. Thread: Touch in goal

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    [In-goal] Re: Touch in goal

    Well, unless the defenders knock on, of course, then it is an attacking 5m scrum
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    [Law] Re: Mark from a penalty

    Only on rugbyrefs could there be an argument over the quality of eachothers mnomics
  19. Re: Do you walk through the tunnel after the game?

    Does that risk giving the impression you don't want to shake hands ?
  20. [Ruck] Re: Should the ladder/caterpiller ruck be outlawed?

    Yes I think this is the solution

    1 . use it means without delay, or 2 or 3 seconds
    2 . No player can join a ruck after a use it call
  21. Thread: Team Y/C

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    [Golden Oldies] Re: Team Y/C

    You wouldn't include immaterial offences not worth a PK

    But you can include offences you played adv for.
    Eg if if it a
    Offence , adv played
    2nd offence , adv played
    3rd offence , whistle
    ...
  22. Re: Do you walk through the tunnel after the game?

    Never happened to me !
  23. Re: Do you walk through the tunnel after the game?

    It is evidently different customs in Australia and England , as over here it's normal (but not universal)
  24. Re: Do you walk through the tunnel after the game?

    Your assessor said don't go down the tunnel as there is a risk you might get digged in the ribs ? I think that's very pessimistic I would be very surprised to hear of a referee being jostled in the...
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    [Maul] Re: Question on driving maul at a lineout ??

    That's the point of the email .. if you form a "maul" with ball at back and move forwards, the Laws suggest a PK for obstruction. The email says no, we will call it accidental offside.


    (The...
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