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    Re: Jap v Sco - No Red Card?!?

    The only thought I had in terms of mitigation was reaction time, possession suddenly changed and the ball was loose until just before the 'tackle' (ball carrier was still in the process of getting...
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    Re: Jap v Sco - No Red Card?!?

    Pretty sure it was just the word 'risk' so lumped together, so as with all studies the conclusions you come to are defined by what you choose to measure
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    Re: Jap v Sco - No Red Card?!?

    Yup, that's the one, so not the probability, the number of incidents, I was close, and thanks for the name, helped me find the link if anyone's interested

    Specifically his studies showed that Per...
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    Re: Jap v Sco - No Red Card?!?

    I read / heard somewhere (think it was a medical advisor to World rugby on a podcast) that they know that the percentage probability of a concussion from a low tackler (head on hip, probably to the...
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    Re: End of Game - Did I get it Right?

    I personally agree with damo, but the laws don’t allow us, and if it’s known that time is over then you have to stick to the book (hence my comment above about time - if they don’t know, then you...
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    Re: End of Game - Did I get it Right?

    As above, technically the game was over (it would be a scrum restart), however only you know the time, I wouldn’t argue if you choose to restart, I wouldn’t necessarily advertise the fact time was...
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    Re: YC return

    Not really, we're discussing whether the bin time is up when it's up, or when we chose it's up - I suggest in the weeds it's the latter, and that's just another example of why.

    (In this case I had...
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    Re: YC return

    I don't think there is a 'correct' decision, when it gets complex you just have your decision having balanced everything up.

    Eg yesterday, U17 game, challenges in the scrum with opposing FR,...
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    [Kit] Re: Neoprene lifting supports

    I would assume the ‘list’ broadly is here https://playerwelfare.worldrugby.org/player-monitoring-devices

    Certainly at the foot of each section on the left is a link to approved kit (the original...
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    [Kit] Re: Neoprene lifting supports

    Don’t think i’d be allowing that on my pitch, and would assume the elite players have very specific kit that’s allowed to be worn in acertain place, can’t see it translating to our level
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    [Kit] Re: Neoprene lifting supports

    Official response from the RFU via my society;

    “If not listed, the clothing/gear has to comply with Regulation 12 and must be compressible. The plastic bits certainly would not comply with...
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    Re: The new ERRA Course for Referees

    In RFU Land;

    - At U11 you have the option of Scrum to catchers team (weird variation to encourage kids to try and catch) or if doesn't disadvantage kickers team then option to play on
    - At U12 -...
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    Re: RWC Wales v Fiji penalty try

    Saw this at the time myself, this was a pulled down maul so maybe couldn't find a single culprit? But seems unusual as between ref and AR they normally get a number (is it within the TMO protocol to...
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    Re: RWC 2019 cancellations

    I can't verify, but there was a claim that the regs stated venues could me moved but game days couldn't? That said the AB's have come out and said they were happy to play the game a day early (maybe...
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    Re: RWC 2019 cancellations

    I know nothing about Japan, weather, or hosting large sporting events - however, Typhoon risk was known, I would have thought the first contingency plan would be an alternative venue? Certainly here...
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    Re: RWC 2019 Japan - HIA

    Arguably he took 3 knocks in a row today :-(
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    [RWC] Re: RSA vs ITA - Uncontested Scrums?

    Man off law applies in leagues around me (DN1 -> 3) if you don't comply with minimum no of FR replacements you suffer a bonus point loss in the event of uncontested, happened once to me when I binned...
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    [RWC] Re: RSA vs ITA - Uncontested Scrums?

    Ah, ok, no I can't see that, doesn't surprise me mind as man off is more entwined with competition regs than law so would possibly be published elsewhere
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    [RWC] Re: RSA vs ITA - Uncontested Scrums?

    Do you mean this?

    https://laws.worldrugby.org/?domain=10&clarification_era=onward&clarlaw=3&clarification=1028
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    Re: Should the game clock be reset?

    Quite, I had a ladies game on a winter Sunday on KO, and the ladies do like their stoppages, by the time we got to the last 10 I was worried about light and the pitch freezing!
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    Re: Where are you this weekend - 2019-20

    Decent game, 18-0 at 65 mins and then ended up 60-0, fitness killed the away team and exposed their frustrations with everyone but themselves. All positive from the assessor 'refereeing to a much...
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    Re: Rugby is officially dead

    Matt Dawson's view point - https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/49946231

    A little more positive, and I like the view point that saying that a tackle is out of order at the highest level helps...
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    [Kit] Re: Neoprene lifting supports

    Nor I, till last weekend when I compared the ‘compressibility’ of the questioned kit and the traditional lifting blocks / strapping as a comparison - I was surprised
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    [Kit] Re: Neoprene lifting supports

    I forwarded this product to my society who in turn forwarded it upstream to two referee managers, currently no response. However my society have recommended I continue to say no to them until they...
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    [RWC] Re: RSA vs ITA - Uncontested Scrums?

    So, from other sources (who I don’t doubt as at a decent level here in the UK), if the reason for uncontested was an HIA (as here) / Head, blood, or foul play injury they don’t go man off, a regular...
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