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  1. Thread: latching

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    Re: latching

    You could have pointed to tackle law 15.7(b) in 2017, but that has gone, and no one did anyway, as didds says.
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    [INTERNATIONAL] Re: Kurtley beale - lucky to stay on the field?

    Have you got an example of such a stationary player being penalised?
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    [Line out] Re: Fiji-Japan linouts inside the field of play

    Both seem consistent to me
  4. [Tackle] Re: Wales v All Blacks U20 - how is this not a red card?

    https://lmgtfy.com/?q=site:laws.worldrugby.org%20%22dangerous%20play%22
  5. [Tackle] Re: Wales v All Blacks U20 - how is this not a red card?

    good spot
  6. [Tackle] Re: Wales v All Blacks U20 - how is this not a red card?

    So it's the victims fault in some eyes?

    The ball catcher's actions look like 'bracing for impact' to me - entirely understandable in the circumstances. It is unreasonable to expect the ball...
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    [Law] Re: Offside support players

    Indeed, and the definition is more expansive:
    Offside: A positional offence meaning a player can take no part in the game without being liable to sanction
    Although the example looks unusual the...
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    [Law] Re: Offside support players

    Green 5 so far offside he wasn't in the picture for a while!

    No way he would have been in a position to receive that ball if he hadn't jogged forward whilst 10m offside so yeah , material.
  9. Thread: Lineout quiz

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    Re: Lineout quiz

    Crossref, in the this case the Definitions in the lawbook are clear (separate for Lineout players and Participating players), I think, and does make the distinction. Usage is consistent with 18.29.
  10. Thread: Lineout quiz

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    Re: Lineout quiz

    I agree we should use 2019 law book CR but:

    Re 1 the receiver is a participating player at a lineout, not in a lineout. So I would say 2019 lawbook does not say the receiver can join the line-out...
  11. Thread: Lineout quiz

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    Re: Lineout quiz

    From 2017:
    Once the lineout has commenced , the receiver may move into the lineout and may perform
    all actions available to players in the lineout and is liable to related sanctions.
  12. Thread: Lineout quiz

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    Re: Lineout quiz

    The distinction between lineout players and participants seems to be the crux.

    Dare I say that in 2017 it was explicit the receiver could join the line-out once the ball was thrown...now the...
  13. Thread: Lineout quiz

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    Re: Lineout quiz

    Once the line-out starts the receiver can compete for the ball (29.a). So it's moving before the throw (running from 4m to 2m) that's the issue for you?
  14. Thread: Lineout quiz

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    Re: Lineout quiz

    On the basis that the receiver is running, not standing?
  15. Thread: Lineout quiz

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    Re: Lineout quiz

    There is a definition for participating players in a lineout, and it includes the receiver
  16. Thread: Lineout quiz

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    Re: Lineout quiz

    Try
    Receiver is not closer than 2m when line-out starts and is allowed to compete for ball once the line-out starts
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    [Ruck] Re: Advancing Ruck Line

    The many TV 9s that stand metres in front of the hindmost foot whilst they roll it backwards should be pk'd!
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    Re: Why no red card?

    I remember that one but Russell wasn't static, as you say...

    I've not seen one given against a static non-jumper in a realistic position to catch the ball.
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    Re: Quick Line out (not quick throw in)

    Indeed, it reads as a requirement on the non-throwing team, not a requirement for a line-out to be formed per se, which seems to be covered minimally by 18.9-13. And 18.14 permits a quickly taken...
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    Re: Why no red card?

    Would be interesting to see such examples, and whether they were upheld post game.
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    Re: Why no red card?

    It's from the law guidelines May 2015 (hence law 10 reference), still up on the website https://laws.worldrugby.org/?domain=9&guideline=8
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    Re: Why no red card?

    In which case not even a YC was deserved!

    Gracie has this spot on - the law is clear enough (for once).
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    Re: Shirt Pulling

    What will sort out behaviour such as Blue 12 going straight off feet and then interfering with Red 6 from the floor?

    By ignoring the first offences you're missing the point about the TV rugby...
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    Re: Shirt Pulling

    If you think there is a ruck then how was it formed?
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    Re: Shirt Pulling

    “Reach over” - still liable to sanction if player reached not in ruck.

    As a tactic, pulling/pushing often used to disrupt the opponents, slow down distribution, rather than bring the ruck to a...
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