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  1. Re: Assisting the ball carrier when he is tackled

    This is the League forum, and RL doesn't allow mauls.
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    [Golden Oldies] Re: Nigel Owens on inclusive rugby.

    1 Corinthians 6:9-10 seems to cover it, given that "inheriting the kingdom of God" and "going to hell" are seen as the binary options available in most protestant theology.
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    [Law] Re: Offside support players

    So why is 10.4.b an offence? If that's the be all and end all, what's wrong with offside players advancing?

    Note the "includes"...

    Interesting, anyway. I'll talk to my coach about it :)
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    [Law] Re: Offside support players

    10.4 An offside player may be penalised, if that player:

    b. Moves forwards towards the ball



    I don't think so, as it's material for the reasons I gave. But I'm interested to know if I...
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    Re: Inclusiveness in rugby / Paddy Jackson

    I think if he comes out and condemns his behaviour, maybe gets involved in an awareness compaign, most people would see that as contrition. I'm not aware of him doing that, but I've not followed...
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    [Law] Re: Offside support players

    He starts in the middle of the pitch at his own 10m line, 10m ahead of the ball. He's put onside at the 15m line near the oppo's 22, 2m away from his player. How can he possibly have moved away from...
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    [Law] Re: Offside support players

    10.4.b
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    [Law] Offside support players

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=Oq7Jh7CoGr4&t=54

    Green 5, 10m offside, jogs up such that he's put onside in time to receive a pass and score. Penalise?
    ...
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    [Golden Oldies] Re: Nigel Owens on inclusive rugby.

    Well, I'm with Phil now - you're trolling.
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    [Golden Oldies] Re: Nigel Owens on inclusive rugby.

    I don't think it merits 48 pages on a rugby rules discussion forum, and I don't see any minds being changed.
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    [Scrum] Re: Uncontested scrums

    Because if you can't endanger the players to keep your advantage, no-one's going to play. Got it.
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    Re: Premiership final

    Or you increase the number of relegations by one per level...
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    [Golden Oldies] Re: Nigel Owens on inclusive rugby.

    I don't think the game has a place for drug cheats, does it? That's definitely in the rules somewhere. And if you're referring to the Instagram post - are you happy to see homosexuality equated with...
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    Re: Premiership final

    Ah right, how interesting. Here I think club loyalty is more of the culture - although if you have a standout player two divisions above the rest of the team they will often move to a club that can...
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    Re: Premiership final

    How do you avoid a whole season of 80-0 meaningless victories/senseless drubbings at each end of the division?

    edit: sorry, didn't see all the posts after this. So your divisions are more based on...
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    Poll: [Line out] Re: quickly taken lineout poll #4

    Did you mean an A player in the tramlines for this question?
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    [Tackle] Re: Hand off contacts with throat

    If you've been handed off in the face more than once, you're a slow learner ;)

    If someone has their arm stretched before contact, the hand isn't moving faster relative to the head than the closing...
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    [Tackle] Re: Hand off contacts with throat

    Here all handoffs have to be below the neck for U18. Local variations apply
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    Re: Quick Line out (not quick throw in)

    If the kicking team can get to the line of touch quickly, they're rewarded by having a chance to compete in the lineout rather than allow a (generally uncontested) QTI. So the throwing-in team has to...
  20. [Tackle] Re: WR: Decision-making framework for high tackles

    Number 2 - White 10 shoulder charge, no head contact, not a dominant tackle, penalty only. White 23 high tackle to head, off feet, RC.

    Number 3 - Can't tell much from the video on this screen. No...
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    Re: Why no red card?

    Only the high tackle part was updated, I don't see any reason to discard the challenge in the air guidance.
    https://laws.worldrugby.org/?domain=9&guideline=8
  22. [Tackle] Re: WR: Decision-making framework for high tackles

    A dangerous/reckless ride-up high tackle is now YC, where it would have been red (according to the Jan '17 directive, rather than practice). At the time of the Farrell tackle, Angus Gardner said most...
  23. [Tackle] Re: WR: Decision-making framework for high tackles

    https://i.imgur.com/bcbNdzQ.jpg

    The flowchart in full.
  24. [Tackle] WR: Decision-making framework for high tackles

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dMSSNNeoHs

    A dispatch from the powers that be - distinguishing (and defining) the difference between shoulder charge and high tackle, and the consequences/expected...
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    [Law] Re: kick off gone 10 then blown back.

    Good job there's a law for that :D I've had it as a player, never a ref.

    I did have a kickoff that hit the 10m line with the point of the ball and bounced about 5m backwards into the arms of a...
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