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    [Law] Re: Lifters lift a teammate to block a PK

    I think you know what rugby terms a contest.
  2. [Scrum] Re: Advantage applied if ball deliberately kicked out of scrum tunnel

    Do you tell them about kicking the ball out in your PMB?
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    [Law] Re: Lifters lift a teammate to block a PK

    It's not a contest, restricted or otherwise. That was my point not the ability to charge as opposed to lift.
  4. [Scrum] Re: Advantage applied if ball deliberately kicked out of scrum tunnel

    He "hooking" not kicking the ball. Different actions.
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    [Law] Re: Lifters lift a teammate to block a PK

    Surely conversions an not "restricted" contests they are not contests in any sense of the word. Regarding a Penalty, once the ball is kicked it depends whether it is a kick at goal or touch. For the...
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    [Law] Re: Lifters lift a teammate to block a PK

    It is also something of a risk to lift a player in a dynamic situation. Players chasing the KO making a genuine FAIR and LEGAL attempt to catch the ball have two or morplayers to potentially colide...
  7. [Scrum] Re: Advantage applied if ball deliberately kicked out of scrum tunnel

    I can only refer you to the Law you quote: 7.3b. Please note that the law does not refer to: "hy the ball came out of the tunnel?". It merely says if it does, come out of the tunnel, NO ADVANTAGE.
  8. Thread: swing low

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    Re: swing low

    Delilah is crap as it Tom Jones. The great history of Choral singing at Cardiff Arms Park and we are reduced to that piece of detritus!

    The Fields of Athenry is on a different level and is...
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    Re: swing low

    It's a great pity. As a piece of music it is outstanding when sung by a good choir that now how to sing "free flowing" music of its origin. The trouble is "white men have got no rhythm" and it ends...
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    Re: Covid law reforms

    Email from WRU received this morning:

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    Hi all

    You may be aware that there has been a lot written lately in the media about a change in the laws when the game returns. Please...
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    [Law] Re: a few new boy questions

    Different things. I'd do the first not the second.
    One point is that different competitions allow different numbers of subs or they allow rolling subs. That is not easy t okeep up wit hfor players...
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    [Law] Re: a few new boy questions

    It's not tactical advice. You are advising them on law.
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    [Law] Re: a few new boy questions

    Why would we not tell them? Failing to do so just smells of a gotcha.
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    [Law] Re: a few new boy questions

    This is where you need to be careful. No pick up by the 8 at an uncontested scrum is not a myth here in Wales. It is law. So I'd be careful labeling it a myth at all. It is true, or not, depending...
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    [Law] Re: new boy questions round 2

    It is play on!
    So the side "accepts the kick off in to in-goal and the player, let's say, passes the ball or runs towards his post 15 metres. AND THEN grounds the ball. What do you do?

    Well you...
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    [Line out] Re: new boy questions round 3

    I mark the non-throwing sides line. I tell the throwing side to set the gap (don't take the mick) if they stand too close so the have no gap that is their problem.
  17. [Tackle] Re: I wonder how the game would be if we, referees, actually implemented the Tackle L

    The tackle is one of the most dynamic phases of the game. A lot is going on. The words (the law) are easy to read in your living room with a coffee in your hand and chocolate digestive ready to dunk....
  18. [Tackle] Re: I wonder how the game would be if we, referees, actually implemented the Tackle L

    Question: Define the word immediately. If I ask 100 people I'll get 30 or so different answers to that one. For me Jarrod Button answers it in the bit underlined below. "Immediate" is a "movable...
  19. Re: Enforcement of current law - refereeing at the breakdown March 2020

    I think the jackler can have a strong grasp on the ball and not survive the clear out. If the Ball carrier also has a strong grasp for instance. I can't say surviving the clear out is proof of (b)....
  20. Re: Enforcement of current law - refereeing at the breakdown March 2020

    Of course, I was just pointing out Treadmore's point was possibly a little naive.
  21. Re: Enforcement of current law - refereeing at the breakdown March 2020

    Unless they are pulling the ball into the tackled player's body to win a PL for not releasing. For example near their own goal-line so a nice relieving PK is the result.
  22. Re: Enforcement of current law - refereeing at the breakdown March 2020

    THis bit Other arriving players (Law 15): 5 – An arriving player must be on their feet and join from behind their offside line. 6 – A player may join alongside but not in front of the hindmost...
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    Re: C-19 lockdown exercide

    I have the same problem regarding typing. I am tying a web-based checker to see if that helps.
    The WRU have sent some fitness info from their website. I'll take a proper look next week when my wife...
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    Re: USA Rugby - bankrupt

    A massive shame Let's hope it all resolves.
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    Re: Coronavirus Impact

    Tested? What's that? Unless you're a Prince or a PM with "mild" symptoms!
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