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    [RWC] Re: How are the RWC refs doing so far ?

    He said he was offside but the replay didn't show that. Todd didn't attempt a tackle but that wasn't what Owens penalised.
  2. Thread: PK and time

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    [Law] Re: PK and time

    don't know but Garces was clear before time was up that they would restart.

    Maybe the clock should have been stopped earlier, idk
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    Re: Jap v Sco - No Red Card?!?

    I think you got his thought process right. But in current context and with the framework, is it really an accident? Does that even matter?

    Gray was arguably reckless i.e. these players know the...
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    Re: RWC Wales v Fiji penalty try

    Marc, the law 16 says intentionally collapsing a maul is a penalty; also says a maul ends unsuccessfully if collapsed not as a result of foul play, which leads to the conclusion intentionally...
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    Re: RWC Wales v Fiji penalty try

    I missed the NZ one.

    I thought it odd indeed. Would have had Wales down to 13 players...
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    RWC Wales v Fiji penalty try

    Around 54mins, Fiji are awarded a penalty try.

    8.3 A penalty try is awarded between the goal posts if foul play by the opposing team prevents a probable try from being scored, or scored in a more...
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    [Ruck] Re: Where is the offside line for Red ?

    Where's the offside line for green? And in relation to green 9?

    Was that a TWOL? Or ruck? And if only a tackle were green not pinged for going off their feet? 3 of them.
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    Re: Hooper on Biggar - Why No Card?

    Potentially a shoulder charge. Left arm appears to do nothing - need to see an angle from behind Kerevi to confirm. Right arm also does nothing. As I said, he leads with his shoulder, and that...
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    Re: Rugby is officially dead

    you've seen off 9.12 and 9.24, now what about 9.11 (Flish gave earlier).

    9.11 Players must not do anything that is reckless or dangerous to others.

    A bit straw-clutching for me but if the ref...
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    Re: Hooper on Biggar - Why No Card?

    Around 27 mins game time.

    Bad tackle technique - put his head in front of Kerevi and got himself a head injury. His leading body part is his shoulder.
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    Re: Hooper on Biggar - Why No Card?

    Or Biggar on Kerevi?
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    Re: Rugby is officially dead

    Not really, held his forearm against his own chest until contact with the tackler, then pushed away.

    What law do you think he infringed?
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    Re: Rugby is officially dead

    He's the ball carrier pushing, not striking, a would be tackler away.
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    Re: Rugby is officially dead

    Penalty against Gold 12 ball carrier for pushing away the Red tackler?
    scratching my head wondering what law was infringed. Seem to have an enthusiastic TMO in this game.
  15. 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
  18. [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
  19. [Tackle] Re: Wales v All Blacks U20 - how is this not a red card?

    good spot
  20. [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.
  23. 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.
  24. 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...
  25. 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.
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