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    [Junior] Re: Knocked out but played on

    I think it all depends. If he was shot to the head by that South African coach, then youíd probably be best calling the police, rather than an ambulance.
  2. [Law] Re: another kick at goial kicked for try post!

    I notice the commentary was in French. This happened years ago at my local club.
    See this Discussion thread: Reversing-a-decision-after-(incorrectly)-awarding-a-try
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    [Law] Re: 37 Seconds red card

    Good point. With eighty minutes on the clock, I think there’s a temptation to call time.
    https://youtu.be/9fT1TzIrRTw


    Would we keep everyone on the pitch, if we saw the linesman flag foul...
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    [Law] Re: Law 12.6 Kick off

    It was against Scotland that.
    Japan beat Ireland by demolishing an Irish scrum, when Ireland had the ball at the number 8ís feet and were trying to get a scrum penalty from the referee. The Cherry...
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    [Law] Re: Penalise teams late onto the field

    You are right in saying it’s not covered by the laws of the game. If it’s an RFU adult match, then why not?
    Regulation 13.6.4 (d)
    Any delay from the specified or agreed kick-off time may be...
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    [Junior] Re: Knocked out but played on

    Or RFU Rťgulation 9 if you are in England
    9.5 In respect of all other adult and age grade matches or training sessions, participants and all those involved (including coaches, players, parents and...
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    [Law] Re: Penalise teams late onto the field

    You could also use
    9.27 A player must not do anything that is against the spirit of good sportsmanship.
    or
    9.28Respect the referee’s authority.
    I have definitely seen coaches/captains keep...
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    Re: The crusade continues

    The legislation under Thatcher was aimed specifically at allowing out of town shopping centers, not Prince Charles style carbuncles in general. Removing the word architect from the contracts was...
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    Re: booing & Barbarians

    Yeah, so watch you step mate!
    :pepper:
    No it’s not entirely true. Robbie gave me moderating powers over the French forums, when we had a spike of French Referees on here after their RWC....
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    Re: booing & Barbarians

    For over 50 years nobody in Wales batted an eyelid at WRFU, now suddenly it’s disrespectful. Sounds like the Monty Python sketch on the Judean People's Front, not to be confused with the People's...
  11. [Law] Re: Folauís online comments have taken a turn for the worse.

    But at the same time, I suspect Native Americans aren’t so politically correct and would be proud to play for the Redskins if they had the opportunity. Political correctness doesn’t help those in...
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    Re: booing & Barbarians

    Put me on your ignore list please, be my guest.

    Would Welsh supporters boo the Marseillaise if the French Barbarians played in Cardiff?

    https://youtu.be/_BrWmw5ejIU

    It would appear that it...
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    Re: booing & Barbarians

    The Barbarians have been playing God save the Queen since before I was born. Perhaps itís time you lot caught up?
    That you know some Irish oiks, sure. Every country has some.
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    Re: booing & Barbarians

    Clips from 2017, 2016, even back in 1973 too


    https://youtu.be/c_aG1W3XMpg

    So no sorry, only in Cardiff does it seem normal to think about such f—-i g nonsense. The Baabas didn’t simply adopt...
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    Re: booing & Barbarians

    No one thought to boo it last year either. With players from nine different countries and Johan 'Rassie' Erasmus as coach with a broad smile on his face.


    https://youtu.be/dWx3484kr4s

    So...
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    Re: booing & Barbarians

    Itís not that clear at all.

    A fortnight ago nobody booed it. Rory Best looked equally uncomfortable with it.

    https://youtu.be/ZXWA1cmDfls
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    Re: booing & Barbarians

    Compare it for yourself, to 80,000 Irish supporters

    https://youtu.be/CQ6-bYixpYE
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    Re: booing & Barbarians

    WRU was called WRFU from 1881 until 1934. So what problem do you have with some people calling rugby Rugby Football? It’s not a big deal. In France they no longer use the term Union they call...
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    Re: booing & Barbarians

    Such a picky guy. I meant Welsh Rugby Union and believe me they are very jealous of the IRFU financial model. So much so they copied the Provinces setup for Wales. Our stadiums are full on match...
  20. [Law] Re: Folauís online comments have taken a turn for the worse.

    By which time the Crescent and star had become an Islamic symbol. Read the club history about the origins.
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    Re: booing & Barbarians

    Strongly suspect you might be mxing up codes there. Soccer fans are not known for their respect.

    I know the Blues haven’t won over Cardiff supporters, in the same way the Irish provinces have won...
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    Re: booing & Barbarians

    I’d never boo “God save the Queen” however surprised I might be to hear it at a Barbarians match, without a single Englishman on the squad. If GAA headquarters Croke Park can remain silent for the...
  23. [Law] Re: Folauís online comments have taken a turn for the worse.

    Mine was in Egypt 1882 and Sudan 1885. His company get not infrequent mention, in Count Gleichen’s “With the Camel Corps up the Nile”. Got married before Kitchener went back in 1898, so not present...
  24. [Law] Re: Folauís online comments have taken a turn for the worse.

    Nobody used the f—-ing expression Jihadi back in : 1095 – 1492.
    Mainly because they didn’t speak much Arabic on our side.
    Also the enemy never called the Europeans Crusaders, they called them...
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    Re: booing & Barbarians

    Captain Rory Best looked a little uncomfortable with the choice of anthems too.
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