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    [Law] Re: Replacement after penalty kick

    This is what i was told and i have no problem with that.
    I read the clarification:



    Request
    1. A penalty kick is awarded to White team. Before the kick is taken, can White team make a...
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    [Tackle] Re: Dragging away a player trying to tackle

    At this point I think i am going to call a maul.
    About offside in a non-maul situation, he's playing in front of his teammate (ball carrier)
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    [Law] Re: Replacement after penalty kick

    Law 6.9 seems to be "standing alone".
    It just says when the ball is dead.

    Where an advantage cannot be played is clarified in 7.3

    :confused:
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    [Law] Re: Replacement after penalty kick

    Quiz is in italian and it was a Google Module i don't access any longer.
    Thank you for pointing awarded instead of assigned.

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    my local instructor
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    [Tackle] Re: Dragging away a player trying to tackle

    No, it was on paper:holysheep:
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    [Law] Replacement after penalty kick

    Hi everyone,

    i was asked a question and got it wrong (i answered no, correct answer was yes)

    A team is assigned a penalty kick, can they do a replacement?

    Why i said no:

    Law 3:
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    [Tackle] Re: Dragging away a player trying to tackle

    ball is being carried.
    ball carrier is blocked but not brought to the ground, everybody is on their feet.
    I assumed all 3 opponents were binded to ball carrier.
    Carrier's teammate binds to one of...
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    [Tackle] Re: Dragging away a player trying to tackle

    Last month
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    [Tackle] Re: Dragging away a player trying to tackle

    Hello everybody,

    i received a quiz recently and there was this question:

    A blue player is blocked by 3 opponents.
    a blue teammate binds on an opponet beyond the ball.
    What is your choice?
    ...
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    [Law] Re: Offside and end of time

    Thank you all :)
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    [Law] Offside and end of time

    Hi everyone,

    i was thinking about this scenario:
    Ref assigns an offside, team chooses scrum but time is over.
    What do I do?

    a) Assign Scrum
    b) End of the half/game
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    [Law] Re: Charging a retreating player

    Right, but this example is for ball carrier running forwards, a player behind is out of the action (unless BC tries to go for that player).
    Still, I think, IMHO, BC is allowed to try get 10 mt PK,...
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    [Law] Re: Charging a retreating player

    Totally agree.

    Punishing a ball carrier for going against an opponent is unfair to me.
    I have the ball i go wherever i want, defender must go 10 mt away, that's it.

    I'd suggest to tell the...
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    [Law] Re: Quick Drop out/"offside" question

    (b)
    If an opponent is on the wrong side of the 22-metre line and delays or obstructs the drop-out, the player is guilty of misconduct.


    Sanction: Penalty kick on the 22-metre line


    Did he do...
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    [Maul] Re: Not sure what to call this to be honest

    they are intentionally doing nothing, i agree with you, this is can't be considered loss of time, i repeat: let'em do....they'll get eventually
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    [Maul] Re: Not sure what to call this to be honest

    According to Law 10.2 (b): Time-wasting. A player must not intentionally waste time. You could give a FK.

    However in this situation, time is running, they are not resuming after something...
  17. [Maul] Re: Offside and joining the maul inside goal line, any differences?

    When a maul enters the goal area i usually wait a few seconds before assigning held up ball, because i am expecting the BC to ground the ball.

    Problem si that everybody in the attacking team will...
  18. [Maul] Re: Offside and joining the maul inside goal line, any differences?

    Everyone will whistle this as it is a try![/QUOTE]
    I know, but why now is not a safety issue anymore? :smile:
  19. [Maul] Re: Offside and joining the maul inside goal line, any differences?

    don't worry, i just asked because i didn't understand the meaning of the sentence, i could translate it but i wasn't understanding how to "read" it.
    According to the translation i did, it could have...
  20. [Maul] Re: Offside and joining the maul inside goal line, any differences?

    Thank you didds, i misunderstood the sentence
  21. [Maul] Re: Offside and joining the maul inside goal line, any differences?

    Sorry, english is not my language. Is that sarcasm?
  22. [Maul] Offside and joining the maul inside goal line, any differences?

    Hello everyone,

    here are the laws:

    17.4 (a)
    The offside line. There are two offside lines parallel to the goal lines, one for each team. Each offside line runs through the hindmost foot of...
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    [Law] Re: a question of time

    If time expires and the ball is not dead, or an awarded scrum or lineout has not been completed, the referee allows play to continue until the next time that the ball becomes dead. The ball becomes...
  24. [Law] Re: Don't you love it when you are right, after players and spectators say you are wr

    Honestly I don't love it, I hate it.
    This means that only you know a law (or the laws) and in that game there will be a lot of complaining people about your job.
    complain 1, complain 2, complain...
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    [Law] Re: 22 or 5m attacking scrum ?

    Law 22.3 (b) is meant to clarify what happens if an attacking player enters the try area and touches the touch-in-goal line or the dead-ball-line.
    They did not write "enters the try area" i know,...
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