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    Re: Ladies' law variations

    I had a chat with the ref and we both had a chat with the coaches and went with the Regulation 16 Appendix 1 version that Dixie has set out earlier, as that was the latest we could find.
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    Re: Ladies' law variations

    This is a grass roots match, a friendly and as low a level as it gets so need to worry about differences between the elite and the lower leagues, just as long as we know what's the correct regs for...
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    Re: Ladies' law variations

    This reference here does indicate 35 minute halves but says nothing about 1.5m push or 45 deg wheel whereas they are mentioned in this older document.
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    Ladies' law variations

    One of my club colleagues is doing a ladies' match tomorrow. I said I'd ask on here about law variations. I've tried to find the latest version but I'm struggling. Is it still essentially the U19...
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    Re: The most fun trip home ever!

    That's an interesting question. In the last four weeks, I've had two 100+ scores (not like the match being discussed here where one team essentially refused to participate but simply because one...
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    Re: 22 drop even though didn't end up in goal?

    Compromises always have to be made at the lower levels. Teams pitch up with less than 15 players, often much less. No STE front row. Dog poo on the pitch. Junkie's needles in the less salubrious...
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    Re: Some score that is !!

    My match yesterday was 102-0. Maintaining standards right to the end was seen as a plus point by my assessor.
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    Re: Where are you this weekend? 2014/15

    Great minds thinking alike there.
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    Re: Where are you this weekend? 2014/15

    That looks like a nice appointment. Are you getting ARs for it? (If I'm looking at the correct match, I'd be surprised if this wasn't a TO3).
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    Re: Where are you this weekend? 2014/15

    They might also fill in the rabbit holes in the pitch.
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    Re: Scrum - bind, unbind(?), rebind(?)

    It's called slingshotting and used to gain just the type of advantage you describe. I'd warn the first time and if he doesn't stop, ping him for not binding correctly.
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    Re: Dissent or just a comment?

    If what you're describing here is the player putting his face right in your face, I'd be thinking red at that point.
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    Re: Tigers new away kit

    It's a nod in the direction of the old days when Leicester numbered their shirts A, B, C etc instead of using numbers. It's also why their front row was known as the ABC club.
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    Re: Where are you this weekend? 2014/15

    The home team manager is an old buddy, and very loud from the sidelines. Gazing into my crystal ball tells me that, at some stage, you'll be requesting that he keep it down :)
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    Re: Where are you on the global fat scale?

    Dominical Republic for me. Apparently I have a lower BMI than 77% of males aged 45-59 in the UK.
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    Re: Match Abandoned

    DrSTU's got Paisley on the 29th. I'd imagine they will be on their best behaviour for a while. Then again, it's Paisley so maybe not.
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    Re: Where are you this weekend? 2014/15

    Cambuslang are L6, so maybe about an English L8 (ish).

    Cartha QP 1s are L3 so their 2s would be about L6 so again about an English L8 (ish).

    The second match might well be a higher standard...
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    Re: Flooding the Ruck

    It's Dickie E's little joke Patrick. Look at the name on the jersey of the white 10.
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    Re: Going Up A Level

    Funnily enough Taffy, you might find it easier in some ways. I don't know what level it is, you don't say, but a decent L9/10 where players at least try to stay on their feet at the breakdown can be...
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    Re: Mike Tindall turns out for Level 11 side

    Gary Halpin?
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    Re: Mike Tindall turns out for Level 11 side

    Kevin O'Brian, former Irish international who played for the North of England when they beat the All Blacks in 1979, still turns out for Broughton Park 5s.
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    Re: No let up in dissent

    I don't see the words "mandatory" anywhere. However, the document certainly seems to expect a briefing to be carried out.

    As with the other posters, I've not seen it in writing from the RFU...
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    Re: No let up in dissent

    Link here
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    Re: No let up in dissent

    Unless there's an RFU regulation that permits a deviation from the IRB's take on things, then perhaps the IRB's guidance trumps everything. Taken from Rugby Refereeing in Practice (albeit 2004) in...
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    Re: Knock on into touch

    Result :scot:
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