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    Re: One for the grammar police?

    In this case I can't see it makes any difference to the meaning .. so who cares
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    [Law] Re: Carded in tournament play....?

    I wouldn't expect tournament organisers to have impromptu disciplinary committee to determine SOS . I would expect a red means early shower.

    I would expect referees to do their best to avoid two...
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    [Scrum] Re: Scrum to the team 'Going Forward'

    I agree, in this instance
  4. Re: Quins v Sarries - Unusual Timekeeper intervention ?

    It was on telly . So perhaps it was "Thanks Bob" for the benefit of the TV and "WTF Bob?" in the post match debrief
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    [Scrum] Re: Scrum to the team 'Going Forward'

    Unfortunately 'attacking' is often used to mean something other than the definition .. even by WR themselves . I don't think we can insist on that definition any more
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    [Law] Re: Carded in tournament play....?

    The club might suspend them for three weeks
    The hearing might be after a week
    If the sentence is four weeks it would start from the club ban date
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    [Law] Re: Carded in tournament play....?

    In England we dont have cards for ten year old (just compulsory substitution)

    At all ages Inc adult a ref should really try not to issue two technical YC to same player. Surely someone else was...
  8. Re: Quins v Sarries - Unusual Timekeeper intervention ?

    Who were the ARs ? I spotted Matt Carley but didn't identify the other one
  9. Re: Quins v Sarries - Unusual Timekeeper intervention ?

    It was odd. Was Robshaw committing an offence or just being annoying

    Later he told Robshaw not to shout 'smash him'

    Later he sacked the Saracens captain

    It was a slightly unusual...
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    [Law] Re: Knock on into the dead ball area.

    that would mean you couldn't score a try from advatage .

    In reality - it means something else ...
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    [Law] Re: Carded in tournament play....?

    On London if you are RC on Saturday the hearing is Monday week, so you automatically miss one game. That is then taken into account for your sentence
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    [Law] Re: Knock on into the dead ball area.

    Not really. In this forum we struggle to separate discussions about what the Law Book says and what a grass roots ref should do on Saturday.
    (I posted a proposal for solving this before .. in the...
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    [Law] Re: Carded in tournament play....?

    I am thinking about on the day.
    RC in morning. You can't play in the afternoon

    Of course if the next round is in six weeks you may well have served a ban and be back again
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    [Law] Re: Carded in tournament play....?

    Every tournament I have ever reffed in a RC means you are out of the tournament (quite rightly IMO)
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    [Scrum] Re: Scrum to the team 'Going Forward'

    Its a general question, if a team goes 25m forward and then is pushed 50cm back, is it still the team going forward.

    There is no easy answer
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    [6N] Re: Eddie takes a pop at Nigel

    I think the stat was (supposedly) a 6N stat.

    It can't possibly be a career stat
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    [Law] Re: Hand Off or Fend to the face/head/neck

    So it sounds like a perfectly reasonable decision, and nothing to do with hand offs
  18. [Junior] Re: Penalising players for coach’s actions: myth?

    You can't give a PK

    You can insist that the coach leaves the playing enclosure (unless you are in a public park obv)

    you can submit a Match Official Abuse report (effectively the same as a RC...
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    [Law] Re: Knock on into the dead ball area.

    Out on the field next Saturday in any scenario, I would give what I understand to be the conventional, generally expected decision.
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    [Law] Re: Knock on into the dead ball area.

    I don't agree, the 2020 edition is the only Law Book anyone needs.

    If it is ambiguous by all means rely on convention and guidance .. but no one should be cherry picking from old books
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    [6N] Re: Eddie takes a pop at Nigel

    On the contrary, I think your table shows that Nigel's 91% is significantly higher than expected.

    Let's say he never refs italy at home.
    He expected home win rate reffing the other four...
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    [Law] Re: Hand Off or Fend to the face/head/neck

    The plot thickens , I wouldnt describe an incident in a ruck as being "off the ball"


    So for clarity : this was between two players in a ruck. The player striking out was not the ball carrier ?
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    [Law] Re: Hand Off or Fend to the face/head/neck

    Ok so by off the ball, you mean neither player was the ball carrier ?
    Fair enough then
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    [Law] Re: Hand Off or Fend to the face/head/neck

    ? "push / strike"
    Well was it a push (legal) or was it a strike (illegal) ?
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    [Junior] Re: U14 Rugby - Lineout

    It seems to me a good question, and one that only the RFU can really answer (assuming you are in England)
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