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  1. Thread: Ref watch..

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    Re: Ref watch..

    We could arrange a loan before the start of the season if you wished to give it a try. It took some getting used to.
  2. Thread: Ref watch..

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    Re: Ref watch..

    sorry ...
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    [Law] Re: Offside support players

    Consider the number of times that a law states "must". This one uses "may" be penalised.

    There will be many more occasions when (in particular) a back-row forward tracks across the field towards...
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    [Law] Re: Offside support players

    FTFY msf
  5. Thread: Lineout quiz

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    Re: Lineout quiz

    A very good example of how to do it as correctly as possible. Very different to the picture painted for me by the OP.

    1. He was clearly standing in a Receiver's position that was acceptable to...
  6. Thread: Lineout quiz

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    Re: Lineout quiz

    Or the referee would have managed it pre-emptively: I have required a team to clarify if and who is the Receiver when not obvious. Someone like B8 running in would have led me to halt the line-out,...
  7. [Junior] Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 in Argentina

    It occurs at RFU Levels 1-4: 3 YCs in a season leads to a Disciplinary Panel. Entry Point sanction is 1-3 weeks suspension. Occurred 8 times last season (3 for the same club - Preston...
  8. Thread: Lineout quiz

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    Re: Lineout quiz

    18.16 FK

    Unless Team B are the Barbarians.
  9. Thread: Line out

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    [7's/10's] Re: Line out

    18.9 A lineout is formed on the mark of touch.

    So referee was entirely correct; coach (presumably) + captain were wrong (there's a surprise).

    18.4a At a quick throw the ball is thrown in ......
  10. Thread: First Match

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    [Law] Re: First Match

    The Lineout option Law (18.8f) wording is: "Following the ball going into touch from a knock-on or throw forward".
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    [7's/10's] Re: What’s everyone doing over the break?

    We'll try not to disturb you even then.
  12. Thread: Referee Rankings

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    [RWC] Re: Referee Rankings

    I applaud them (World Rugby) for seemingly being totally transparent about selection. I just hope that O'Keefe and Williams have been officially told before this report!
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    [Law] Re: Incorrectly taken penalty.

    It happened today! Touring Colts team awarded PK in front of posts. 7 pts ahead in a to and fro game, so indicated to take another 3. Kicker ran up, tapped it almost without breaking stride,...
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    [Law] Re: Can't pick and go at uncontested scrums?

    The RFU does not allow significant under (or over-)-age players e.g. no U18 FRs in adult rugby (unless they are Regional Academy standard up). Regulation 15 covers Grouping of different ages, from...
  15. Thread: PK and QTI

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    [Law] Re: PK and QTI

    Why not?
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    Re: Welsh cup semi final - fend with the forearm

    What surprised me is that G14 appeared to be dumbfounded at the decision.

    Compared to the acceptance by Tom Youngs in the LEI-EXE match, are different standards expected by players in the...
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    [Law] Re: Referees Jurisdiction

    The Laws make plenty of distinctions between players (x15) and others, including substitutes. Only players may be cautioned or sent off under Law 9. We cannot card others who are allowed in the...
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    [Line out] Re: LO/Scrum Option or FK

    When LO jumpers were not lifted, a way of going higher for the ball was to reach up with only one arm. Try it. Use of the outside arm implied that your inner shoulder, and probably head, were...
  19. Thread: Scrum on the 22

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    [Scrum] Re: Scrum on the 22

    Covered in Table at 19.1, 13th infringement / stoppage:

    Reset scrum - no infringement "Where the original scrum took place" "The team originally awarded the scrum"
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    [Line out] Re: LO/Scrum Option or FK

    Almost invariably penalise the not straight first - irrespective of which team (!) then used their outside arm illegally.


    18.29b comes into play when it is otherwise fair competition for the...
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    [Line out] Re: Are there any offiside lines at a quick throw

    You can't be offside if the ball is dead. In a QTI it is open play as soon as the ball is thrown. Just let it travel 5m.
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    Re: ENG SCO end to first half

    No, and no again.
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    Re: NO on forward pasess

    It is a forward pass if: the arms of the player passing the ball move towards the opposition's dead-ball line.

    Except: in a strong adverse wind, when the ball is blown backwards after leaving the...
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    [Law] Re: Application of Laws

    So how many women's matches have you refereed (incorrectly)?

    In other closely linked sports, there are cross country (and all other discipline) skiing races for Ladies and Men, but biathlon...
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    Re: Referee blood bin – World first?

    I thought that it was quite interesting that they were using national referee shirts, rather than some international ones.
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