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    [Law] Re: Unsporting Conduct Question.

    So....in the OP the neither the Poster nor the Assessor had any idea what the referee was thinking or said (unless they were all miked - which I doubt ).

    Therefore it's all irrelevant what each of...
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    [Junior] Re: Welsh Rugby Pathway under 11s.

    I know absolutely nothing about U11s rugby...
    However it seems to me that you may have been in penalty try territory.

    EDIT May be better to ask in the Mini Rugby Forum
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    [Law] Re: Offside or not

    My feeling is that it should be treated as an OS.
    Decision then is in relation to circumstances of 7 gathering ie Penalty or Scrum.
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    [Law] Re: Offside or not

    If Green 10 touched the ball then Green 7 is OS.
    Is ball touching a player the same as a player touching the ball??
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    Re: YC return

    Ah right...the 10.30 am rule applies!
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    Re: YC return

    Otherwise known as Redwineitis!
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    Re: YC return

    If the time has expired and I'm happy to let him back on then yes, I'm not going looking for reasons NOT to let him back.
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    Re: YC return

    That's a big EDIT!
    Wish posters wouldn't do that but that's probably just me!
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    Re: YC return

    I am saying IF you let him back on then he is entitled to take the kick or perform any action any other player is entitled to perform.
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    Re: YC return

    Fair enough.....I thought I did.
    Tbh then I'm not understanding your question!
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    Re: YC return

    If you have allowed the player back on the pitch then they are back ie they can participate fully.
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    [Law] Re: When to make the mark

    Haven't been counting at all tbh....
    Was cleaning up my email a while back and all my appointment emails are still in a folder.
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    [Law] Re: When to make the mark

    All going well I will be doing my 500th game this season...I'm still making mistakes and learning from them.
  14. [Law] Re: Tap penalty to player already running: allowed?

    Like what colloquial term have you in mind?
  15. Re: How's this season going re new law interprretations down in the weeds?

    And vice versa.... I have never refereed an U12s game and I'm sure I would stand out as a novice at that level! !
  16. Re: How's this season going re new law interprretations down in the weeds?

    Of course the 'house' signal is also there labelled as " Forming a scrum".

    The only time I use it is as a reminder after a stoppage etc or, as I stated above , when asked by someone what's...
  17. Re: How's this season going re new law interprretations down in the weeds?

    I'm presuming what's meant by crossref is that there is no need to give this ('house ') signal along with ie before or more usually after the horizontally extended arm signal.
  18. Re: How's this season going re new law interprretations down in the weeds?

    [QUOTE=crossref;362296]That, and don't make the house signal for a scrum :)[/QUOTE

    I hear you... but it does have its use.
    When the full back shouts from 40m away " What's it going to be...
  19. Re: How's this season going re new law interprretations down in the weeds?

    Actually that is one of the common recommendations made to new refs!!
  20. [Law] Re: Tap penalty to player already running: allowed?

    Is any scenario where a person is allowed run full speed into another person (possibly a much smaller person!) dangerous?
    Is the game of rugby not inherently dangerous?
  21. [Law] Re: Tap penalty to player already running: allowed?

    I think it's clear I wasn't trying to clarify your original answer....rather I was trying to clarify your assertion that it is illegal for a defender to rush forward from deep behind the OS line,...
  22. [Law] Re: Tap penalty to player already running: allowed?

    All for helping new refs and old alike.

    However, giving incorrect advice isn't helpful.
  23. [Law] Re: Tap penalty to player already running: allowed?

    So you are still insisting that a defender standing 10m (or whatever) behind the OS line cannot rush forward , while still remaining behind the OS line, until the ball is kicked?
  24. [Law] Re: Kickoff opposition not on or behind the 10-meter line

    [QUOTE=beckett50;362230]I.......why Blue weren't already in their own half - bearing in mind it was their conversion!!

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    Shot at goal could have been a penalty shot in which case they...
  25. [Law] Re: Tap penalty to player already running: allowed?

    You referenced this video and commented about defenders not being able to move before the ball is in play.

    Now you say that you are discussing the OP which was nothing to do with defenders moving...
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