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    [Law] Re: Have to wait for HIA

    There is no HIA at grade 7
    If you get them off for a suspected head injury they cannot return under any circumstances
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    Re: Wales quickly taken PK...

    We generally play on don't we
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    [Golden Oldies] Re: Nigel Owens on inclusive rugby.

    Here's an interesting article .. the Crusaders realised right from the very beginning that they had an offensive name, but pressed on regardless
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    Re: Wales quickly taken PK...

    note that the HIA/Blood will also delay YOUR OWN PK as well as the oppos.

    ie if I give a PK to Red, but the Red player is bleeding, I need to get the red replacement on the pith before they can...
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    Re: Wales quickly taken PK...

    There is no offending team in an HIA and blood

    Note there is nothing about allowing YC player to leave pitch
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    [Law] Have to wait for HIA

    Quick Law change for you

    Wait for the HIA / Blood replacement to get on the pitch before restarting the game

    For some, completely inexplicable reason, it applies only to international matches...
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    [INTERNATIONAL] Re: Biggar on Itoje, Owens on Heinz

    Not really the CO effectively accuses them of a RC offence and then a panel make a judgement. Citings can rejected
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    [Law] Re: New framework .. Biggar

    Not cited , but I think that's because it a YC level not RC
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    [Law] Re: New framework .. Biggar

    well only one of those watched it on video, the rest saw it just once in real time, the ARs from a distance
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    [INTERNATIONAL] Re: Biggar on Itoje, Owens on Heinz

    the biggar one is discussed here
    http://www.rugbyrefs.com/showthread.php?21567-New-framework-Biggar

    the citing officer will only cite RC offences - not YC
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    [Law] Re: New framework .. Biggar

    I think so far we have
    2 x RC
    5 x YC
    1x Play On
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    [Law] Re: Laws of Rugby Union - 1922

    No, but if you held an organised tree climbing competition then that would be different thing, and you would want insurance for that , wouldn't you ?
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    [Law] Re: Laws of Rugby Union - 1922

    Interesting.
    I wonder how they insured everyone .
    I guess you can buy one off insurance for anything, but you imagine that somwmmodern safety protocols would be required
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    [Law] Re: Laws of Rugby Union - 1922

    actually I don't think it would be possible to do that, at the club, - for instance I don't think you could have scrums without having the correct sequence, and STE etc etc.
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    [Law] Re: New framework .. Biggar

    well, you have to say one thing for the new framework : like it or not, it certainly makes decision making easy and will lead to much greater consistency :confused:
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    [Law] Re: Laws of Rugby Union - 1922

    are you going to try and play a game with 1922 Laws?
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    [Law] Re: Charge down & off side

    good job you were back on your feet, or that would have been a PK against you :)
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    [Law] Re: Charge down & off side

    arab, you have missed part of the point of here - which is not concerned with knock ons


    Scenario : Red kick, and Blue attempt a charge down, but get just a finger to the ball, deflecting the...
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    [Law] New framework .. Biggar

    So following the framework what's the right sanction for this one
    https://www.facebook.com/884658568326404/posts/2163885537070361/
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    [Law] Re: Charge down & off side

    Logical , but doesn't quite fit with 10.4.c and the 10m line where I think the phrase 'charge down' include what you call touched in flight.

    See. Post 10 .. what's your answer ?
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    [Law] Re: Charge down & off side

    I agree with this definition of a charge down
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    [Law] Re: Charge down & off side

    Touched means no offside ..
    BUT when it's touched the 10m law still applies
    It's only when it is CHARGED DOWN that the 10m law is cancelled

    So we have to know the difference
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    [Law] Re: Charge down & off side

    I think that's wrong - I think that the unsuccessful attempt at a chargedown (ie charger gets a touch on it but the ball essentially continues on its way) is exactly when the 10m rule does NOT...
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    [Law] Re: Charge down & off side

    10.4.c The 10-metre law [...] applies if the ball [...] is played by an opponent but not when the kick is charged down.

    So what's the difference between the two?
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    [Law] Re: Charge down & off side

    Yes it's an intentional touch (of course) but is it a charge down ?
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