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    Re: Mornington Crescent

    Honestly, crossref, you canít go all legal literalist and then over look something as basic as LIFO for being in Nidd! I said very clearly at the start that this was Cambridge Standard! Tsk tsk.
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  2. Thread: FizzBuzz

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    Re: FizzBuzz

    Er... Fizz.

    I think. :shrug:
  3. Thread: FizzBuzz

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    Re: FizzBuzz

    Three

    (?)
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    Re: Mornington Crescent

    From Richmond, I'll play a Back Hand and take us to Leicester Square.

    (And I think you'll find Ellis's spheroid was prolate. If I'm being picky, I could deduct you a mark.)
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    Mornington Crescent

    Right, a simple one so the newbies can get involved too. Since the network is largely suspended, we'll play the Cambridge Standard Rules, with broken escalators as wild.

    I'll start: Chalfont &...
  6. [6N] Re: Eng v Wal: Courtney Lawes charged for making a dangerous tackle

    Lawes draws back his left arm immediately before contact. As soon as he does that, he's in trouble - it guarantees the hit will be shoulder-first, with virtually no likelihood of completing a wrap.
  7. [Law] Re: England Women vs Wales Women - player off feet playing ball

    With red-tinted specs, thatís a penalty. Definitely not a PT. Maybe a YC - could accept either way, depending on wider tone of the match.
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    Re: Can anyone help please?

    These letter piles donít always make the correct order very clear - just look at the Barbarians FC badge. Could it possibly be ďOTRCĒ, as in ďOld T-something-ians Rugby ClubĒ?
  9. [Law] Re: Contact with head, with force, no arms... ? Sco v Fra

    First time I've seen this (didn't get to watch the match live), and I have to agree that it doesn't look great!

    I think "no arms" is a harsh assessment though - I saw it as trying to wrap, but...
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    Sticky: Re: TJ Advice (In Time For Cup Comps)

    Thatís what you took from this?!
  11. [In-goal] Re: Restart into in goal - defender kicks it dead via touch in goal - decision?

    Agree with retaken kick / scrum back options, assuming it was done without delay. Law doesnít specify how a player must make it dead!
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    [Ruck] Re: What is the actual point of linesman now?

    Ignore him. He only ever resurfaces when he has an axe to grind with a televised referee. In his 8 posts on the forum, he hasnít once contributed anything positive.
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    Re: [6N] Eddie Jones Post Match Comments

    Thatís disgraceful. How are we supposed to cultivate belief in TREDS in our kids when the national teamís coach and figurehead doesnít demonstrate those values?
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    Re: Eng-Wal Under 20ís - Yellow Card

    Following the flow chart, Iíd have to agree thatís a red card. Dangerous, no visible mitigation. Quite surprised to learn it was only yellow.
  15. Thread: Marler grope

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    [Law] Re: Marler grope

    Struggle to see how thatís anything short of a red card, TBH. If it happened in the street, itís a criminal offence.
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    [Law] Re: Penalty Try or not? Opinions please

    The law doesnít require ďcertainĒ, it only requires ďprobableĒ, which to me is 51% plus. Sounds like a solid case in your scenario.

    The ďbeam me upĒ test is a good one - imagine the circumstance...
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    Re: Cleaning some eye boogers

    Disagree. Contact may well be brief, but that doesnít make it any less of an offence. It only takes a small scratch or pressure in the wrong place to permanently damage someoneís sight. Red is...
  18. Thread: Law 14.7 & 21.7

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    [Tackle] Re: Law 14.7 & 21.7

    Iíll add to the chorus: try!
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    Re: Cleaning some eye boogers

    Yes, thatís a red card. Thereís absolutely no good reason for his hands to go there. Acts like this can do serious damage to peopleís vision, and must be eradicated from the game.
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    [Law] Re: Whose knock-on is it anyway ?

    Look, you got to see it once, and you called it as you saw it. So itís difficult to be critical about this - but from your description, I would probably say that I side slightly with Blue, since it...
  21. Thread: Tap and Go

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    [Junior] Re: Tap and Go

    This was a Matt Dawson favourite (among others). As others have advised, it is an attempt to contrive a cheap new penalty further down the pitch.

    The not-10 defender is required to retreat, and is...
  22. Thread: Tap and Go

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    [Junior] Re: Tap and Go

    It still is, under 9.7 as Dickie quoted in post #4.
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    Re: New Score Card design

    Sure thing - PM me an email address, and I will send you the photo at full res.

    Re: paper size, it fits a standard referee wallet, of the type you can buy from any online football store.
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    [6N] Re: Wales v France - Did the ref bottle it?

    1. No, I donít think so. Those are always tough calls, but you would need to see clear and obvious intent of a knock-on to go for a PT/yellow. Slow motion always makes things look worse, but for me...
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    Re: New Score Card design

    Thatís what Iím going to have to resort to, but the originals are on nice thick card that holds up well if they get rained on while being marked. Not sure how well regular printer paper will do in...
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