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    [Law] Hand Off or Fend to the face/head/neck

    Heading into the new season and I am anticipating questions from players clarifying whether hand-offs to the head, face or neck area are impacted by the increased focus on high tackles and high...
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    [Law] Re: Try annulled for foul play

    If Williams foul play is 'retaliation' and occurs after the instigation by Care then why not penalty against Care reversed and Harlequins penalty? Are the officials unduly influenced by the fact that...
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    [Scrum] Re: Law check - scrum turnover

    The offside that is penalised less often is that of the attacking team encroaching within 5m before the ball is out of the scrum
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    [Tackle] Re: Offside line at a tackle

    The nuaunce though is in a ruck it is your players foot, in a tackle it is the hindmost point of any player (not just yours)

    At a ruck Each team has an offside line that runs parallel to the goal...
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    [Tackle] Re: Offside line at a tackle

    Unless I have missed something, I don't think you can have a ruck without someone from the defending team on their feet contesting for the ball (which is on the floor) with an opponent - that is the...
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    [Tackle] Re: Offside line at a tackle

    OH CRAP, I EDITED THIS POST BY ACCIDENT INSTEAD OF QUOTING IT

    MY BAD - SORRY,


    I'll see if I can recover it.
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    [Tackle] Offside line at a tackle

    I have a question about the Lawes off-side call - a couple of referees from our society have been discussing today and we have found ourselves having difficulty answering a fundamental question had...
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    [Law] Re: England Barbarians

    The deficiency appears to be only in your rudeness.
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    [Law] Re: England Barbarians

    You will note that I used the expression 'forward passage' - Laws of physics would suggest that if an object left the hands of a player one metre behind a line and was gathered by another player one...
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    [Law] England Barbarians

    A great advert for the game from a fans perspective but less so from an officials one?

    We risk making a mockery of the game if we allow forward passes - where the ball travels forward clearly,...
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    [Law] Re: Wayne Barnes Ire V Sco 2018 6 Nations

    The inconsistency I observe between international referees is their treatment of the tackler. Often it is the tacklers presence (having not rolled away quickly enough) that prevent the attacking side...
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    [In-goal] clarification please

    An attacking player grubbers the ball into the in-goal area. In attempting to score the try the ball is knocked forward. Decision?
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    [In-goal] Re: drop kick restart into "In Goal"

    I think the decision you have to make is the 'without delay' point. If the player has taken several strides to run into touch when he could have simply put the ball down then I think he has failed to...
  14. Thread: Law question

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    [Law] Law question

    I refereed a game this weekend where at each time a kick at the posts was being taken the person bringing on the kicking tee also brought on some spectacles for the kicker to wear. The opponents...
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