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  1. [Scrum] Re: 2016 LAW TRIALS - 20.6 (d) HOW THE SCRUM HALF THROWS THE BALL INTO THE SCRUM

    Ian, as a hooker that had to strike , may I say your not 100% correct! As a right foot striker of the ball I always had my left leg back in a pushing position and yes, I managed to push with that...
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    Re: Boxing Day Match (Fun)

    Wow, you guys are taking this far too seriously! Taffy, get out there and have some festive fun, you will not regret it xx
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    [CLUB RUGBY] Re: Munster v Leicester

    I've refereed 4 games with no scrums in the first half, would have been 5 if the captain of 1 team hadn't opted for a scrum instead of a pen.
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    Re: Level 1.5 course!

    http://www.rugbyrefs.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=3370&stc=1

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    http://www.rugbyrefs.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=3370&stc=1
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    Re: Level 1.5 course!

    Have they changed the front row set up yet so that the hooker can strike, not just push ?
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    Re: Level 1.5 course!

    Tackle and post tackle, thats what makes the game work ! Average game you have 12 scrums, 16 lineouts and over 140 tackles/ post tackles. Just as coaches dont spend enough time on passing and...
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    [Law] Re: When is obstuction not obstruction

    To coin an American football term, if your an "eligible receiver" as in you can take a pass from the ball carrier & yes if your 6 inches in front of the ball carrier you can take a pass by reaching...
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    Re: Where are you this weekend? 2015/2016.

    You looking for a threesome Phil?:confused:
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    Re: Where are you this weekend? 2015/2016.

    If you handle it half as well as you did at ours last Saturday, they will think your great ����
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    Re: Where are you this weekend? 2015/2016.

    Our first XV and 2nd XV play one league apart, makes for healthy opposition within the club, our 3rd XV play 2 below the seconds and have called off one game this season through lack of players !
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    [CLUB RUGBY] Re: Leicester v Bath

    Somerset are usualy at the forefront of solutions ! Look what we do with al the apples we have left ! :pepper::pepper:
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    [CLUB RUGBY] Re: Leicester v Bath

    Bin all 6, that would work
  13. Thread: Failed maul

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    Re: Failed maul

    Would you agree that you would still be refereeing a maul?
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    Re: Failed maul

    17.2d would imply that it is still a maul, not a ruck IMO
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    Re: Failed maul

    Happy with those thoughts Dave, well thought out .
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    Re: Failed maul

    Yes, i misread wedgies post, only the ball on the ground i agree, player and ball is a failed maul imo
  17. Thread: Failed maul

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    Re: Failed maul

    Putting the ball on the ground does not form a ruck ! My exact point for starting this thread !!!
  18. Thread: Failed maul

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    Failed maul

    I'm starting to get a bit of a bee in my bonnet with posters stating that if the ball is on the ground after a failed maul that it is a ruck!!! As a coach, my players are coached to not roll away at...
  19. Thread: Question 2 MAUL

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    Re: Question 2 MAUL

    " if the ball is available to be played and is not played, I would award the scrum to the team not in possession regardless of whoever took the ball into the maul in the first place"

    Agree with...
  20. Thread: Question 2 MAUL

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    Re: Question 2 MAUL

    A failed maul very rarely turns into a ruck ! it can happen but not very often
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    Re: No 8 bind at U19's

    Agreed, but if we allow the 8 to bind to the locks in that way then we should let 6 & 7 do the same just to be consistant in how we apply the law for the 8!
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    Re: No 8 bind at U19's

    We have discussed this before, does the number 8 comply with the law as it stands?
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    Re: No 8 bind at U19's

    Only on a 5m attacking scrum & only if the opposition have technically good mountain of a loose head. It enables us to drive straighter and helps sir make an easier call if we get close or over the...
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    Re: No 8 bind at U19's

    C D E is useful to negate the natural wheel or a dominant opposition loose head.
  25. Thread: Scrum turnover

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    Re: Scrum turnover

    "Are you guys going to push or what " worked for me !
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