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  1. Thread: Offside or not

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    [Law] Re: Offside or not

    Must have missed that one, can someone find / link to it as if a charge down counts as playing the ball then I might have to rethink that thought process, however doesn’t change this example for me,...
  2. [Scrum] Re: Uncontested scrum with reduced player numbers - Womens NC2

    I think that fits, certainly in the lower ladies / social leagues and with the the new game on principles they are trying all they can to get games on, match players, good experience etc which the...
  3. Thread: Offside or not

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    [Law] Re: Offside or not

    No, I don't believe he was, as described there was no deliberate or intended act to play the ball
    , I mean there's no offside for charging down and that's a deliberate act with a possible outcome...
  4. [Scrum] Re: Uncontested scrum with reduced player numbers - Womens NC2

    First question is does the man off (woman off?) law apply? You say "Normal uncontested scrum law would mean ..." but does it apply to the Ladies? I'm not sure it does, for mens league fixtures this...
  5. Thread: Offside or not

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    [Law] Re: Offside or not

    Have to see it, but I’m thinking play on
  6. Thread: YC return

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    Re: YC return

    For me, if bin is at 9:50 when try is scored then he’s staying off the pitch, then i’m wrapping the formalities, mark score, watch the conversion, and jogging back. At this point if we’re beyond...
  7. Thread: YC return

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    Re: YC return

    No, I would argue that only players on the pitch at the point the try is scored can take the conversion (same logic applies to substitutes after all)

    Edit: Just realised that substitutes not...
  8. [Law] Re: Kickoff opposition not on or behind the 10-meter line

    Nope, this has almost happened to me before, I could see what they were going to do (I wasn’t back the center and ready yet either!) and called out to manage it, to their frustration as time was...
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    [Mini/Midi] Re: U12 regs missing clause?

    I think it's just progression, at U13 they can pick and go from anywhere (except No 8 at the scrum), as always we can disagree on which bits they meddle with and why!
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    [Mini/Midi] Re: U12 regs missing clause?

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    From my old copy, basically they can pick and go which is forbidden at younger age groups, is this now allowed throughout? Or forbidden?
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    [Law] Re: NO advantage call

    Is this not quite common at the Elite game though, often hearing refs shouting ‘leave it now’ at a Ruck for example, I see it as them wanting the ball played away as in their opinion the ball is won...
  12. Thread: uncontested maul

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    [Maul] Re: uncontested maul

    “Use it now” if you spot what’s happening quickly enough, else scrum red for accidental offside - that was my instruction at least
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    Re: U12 regs and jackling

    Still in U13 regs, didn’t see a single box kick all last year in a minis game, guess there must be a list of ex scrum half coaches in other regions!
  14. Thread: Appointment

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    [Junior] Re: Appointment

    They’ll often want to be treat like men (but aren’t) if any form of heat in the game then use time to your advantage and let heads cool down. Other than that enjoy, U16 can equally be one of the most...
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    Re: U12 regs and jackling

    I don’t think this is geared to prevent jackling, I coached and encouraged it, as did every other club we played at U12 last year. I believe that law variation is in and around reminding everyone...
  16. Thread: Placer Question

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    [Law] Re: Placer Question

    I think you can, assuming game hasn’t restarted, but I agree with you, don’t think you should - mistakes get made
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    [Law] Re: England . Law and Regulation update

    Am not sure whether we can trust the England rugby site set, they did a big launch back in July (which basically mean most links where broken and errored) and no one has been able to find anything...
  18. Thread: Placer Question

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    [Law] Re: Placer Question

    Saw this in it’s original wording, and my answer is same as then, if a low level friendly / juniors game i’m Ignoring it, any other time I’m dealing with it before it becomes important - would not...
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    [INTERNATIONAL] Re: Kurtley beale - lucky to stay on the field?

    Yeah, touched on that with some sarcasm in my original post #42 above, for me the same logic as holding your ground anywhere else on the pitch should stand - but others disagree
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    [INTERNATIONAL] Re: Kurtley beale - lucky to stay on the field?

    No, which is my point, there is no law that says you can't stand still, if you do and someone runs into you then it's kinda on them really, you have literally done nothing, you haven't obstructed,...
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    [INTERNATIONAL] Re: Kurtley beale - lucky to stay on the field?

    Except you can, it's commonly accepted (well except under the high ball it seems!) that you can hold your line, so if you stand dead still or run in the same line and a BC runs into you then you've...
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    [In-goal] Re: Using your foot to prevent a try

    I’ve prevented a try with my foot, but this was more ball carrier and I going backwards over the line, ball on top of my boot and that bought me enough time to prevent him grounding it, at no point...
  23. Thread: Samoa v USA

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    Re: Samoa v USA

    It reminded me of this by Maro Itoje https://rugbydump.com/news/more-maro-itoje-brilliance-on-display-as-he-blocks-a-kick-with-his-foot/ technically here ruled not illegal I think (although he did...
  24. Thread: Samoa v USA

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    Re: Samoa v USA

    It’s similar to sticking your leg it to intercept the ball, not illegal unless it is dangerous, here though it looks like that’s kicking the ball of his hands, certainly at first glance, and that’s a...
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    Re: New Zealand Referee Assaulted.

    This is partly why I always verbalise the mental process to the players concerned, sort of a 'What I've seen', 'What my considerations are', 'What the outcome is' - it takes time and helps diffuse /...
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