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  1. [Maul] Re: After Maul Collapse. Can opposition play it with hands when off feet? Bath v Glos

    You seem to have removed all responsibility for a 'Gotcha' infringement from the player and placed it on the referee.
  2. Re: Assisting the ball carrier when he is tackled

    I worry more about assisting or pushing the ball carrier as he is about to be tackled by a single opponent; Two bodies legally crashing into one- not much fun being on the receiving end of these.
  3. Thread: Ref watch..

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    Re: Ref watch..

    I strongly recommend this to anyone who has not yet had it happen to them.:wtf:
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    [Law] Re: Incorrectly taken penalty.

    If it is not specifically itemised in law -it is a scrum to the opposition.

    I also subscribe to managing the situation if I can by giving the benefit of doubt and thus a re-take, but if a definite...
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    [Scrum] Re: Is it uncontested

    Children, Children. Play nice or I'm out of this.
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    [Law] Re: Legal drop goal?

    But the ball is being held when it is kicked, that is not 'dropped' is it?
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    Re: Put in to the scrum

    Not this one.
  8. [Tackle] Re: Tackle Release close to goal line. Help please.

    So, to summarise; If we have a MAUL, we treat it like a maul. if we only have a TACKLE, we treat it like a tackle.
    BTW you can use 'unplayable' as a get-out in the field of play, but 'held-up' only...
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    [Line out] Re: Lineout thoughts ...

    The front jumper went early; Was it material? Did he trick an opponent into jumping? Did he trick the oppo 9? In this case I can see no problem but I wouldn't like to see this throughout the game...
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    [Law] Re: MARK - Is this a valid mark ?

    The bent arm signal is nothing to do with the player (it is for the ref to signify) -they are trying to prompt the ref, or the opposition.

    Give a positive whistle/signal -or NO, PLAY ON! according...
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    Re: Where are you this weekend? 2018/19

    Make sure you put the 'Fast' tights on this week.
  12. Thread: UK money

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    Re: UK money

    Welcome to Birmingham; it's all to do with the intonation; "You're Welcome to it" sounds so different.

    Nevertheless, welcome to the UK/Europe/:Not Europe:/Might Be a Bit:shrug:, Like/Hang on,...
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    [Scrum] Re: PT that shouldn't

    No comments about the foot up?

    The current interpretations of the Law Book are ruining the game at grass roots level, I see another SCHISM- professional rugby, and Proper Rugby; similar to...
  14. Thread: Not 10 sir

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    [Law] Re: Not 10 sir

    Ball has to cross 10m line; Kick again or scrum option to opposition.
  15. Re: Where the 2018 Law Book is actually different from 2017

    Pt=yc/rc
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    Re: Failed Head Butt

    Deal with both.
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    [Law] Re: Rolling the ball forward

    If the player has not lost contact with the ball I would suggest they are still in possession. TV rugby annoys me; When a scrum-half moves the ball with his hand or foot I perceive that as taking...
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    Re: Failed Head Butt

    Joined late; Failed head butt = yellow card to calm down, stern warning -and again when they come back on. BUT ask yourself what provoked it.
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    Re: England Vs Georgia scrum training session

    I've checked the 2018 Laws, 'Crotch' is not defined so therefore you are permitted to have it above your hips -albeit this is a little unusual and would cause me pain in normal circumstances.
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    [Scrum] Re: Back-row binding - new laws

    The players in the scrum bind in the following way:
    The props bind to the hooker.
    The hooker binds with both arms. This can be either over or under the arms of the props.
    The locks bind with the...
  21. Re: Where the 2018 Law Book is actually different from 2017

    Wasn't he the chap from Monty Python asking "What did the Romans ever do for us?"

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    Wasn't he the chap from Monty Python asking "What did the Romans ever do for us?"
  22. [Maul] Re: Uncontested maul. Edinburgh v Glasgow. Why was this allowed ?

    Another instance of poor defensive ploy so close to your own line; if its legally done you have no time to readjust.
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    [Line out] Re: Long arm transfer sanction

    PK; Obstruction by immediate supporting players preventing tackle of eventual pass back receiver; Lineout infringement so Pk on 15m line. Make sure everyone understands what it is for-GIVE THE...
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    Re: World Rugby Simplified Law Book 2018

    I predict a rash of 'dummy' catches; where the defender stands a metre or so away from the landing point and waits to be tackled as the ball comes to ground = PK and YC.

    Problem; you are the TMO,...
  25. [Ruck] Re: Pawing/holding the ball back for the scrum half

    If the 'competition for the ball' is already won I think we all want the ball out as soon as possible; making it 'slightly' easier for the scrum-half is acceptable but I would be calling 'use it'...
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