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    Re: Covid-19 Returning to play in Sept?

    I have been teaching English to adults for the past 4 years, so that’s an easy one. English is quirky. Simple as that.
    Trainer= the teacher, the instructor

    Trainee= the one learning, the...
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    Re: Covid-19 Returning to play in Sept?

    Fixed that for you.:sarc:
  3. [Law] Re: World Rugby approves law trials to reduce coronavirus risk

    I don’t think we did. Just the valuables bag isn’t going to be of much help to an app that requires close proximity to detect other participants. Things are going to have to change in the sticks. ...
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    Re: Covid-19 Returning to play in Sept?

    All this was emailed to club secretaries last Friday, presumably they are been given a week to prepare their responses, to members questions once the thing goes public.

    ? 20 trainees...
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    Re: Covid-19 Returning to play in Sept?

    The Irish Union have published their roadmap.
    IRFU Return To Rugby Guidelines For Clubs: Summary Roadmap


    Obviously it relates to Government guidelines, which may differ in your country.
  6. [Law] Re: World Rugby approves law trials to reduce coronavirus risk

    The underlying protocols (that will feed into automated contact tracing apps) are already on Apple/Google devices. The actual app you will need to download and install.

    Software can be used to...
  7. [Law] Re: World Rugby approves law trials to reduce coronavirus risk

    Apparently the app is fatally flawed. The idea we can use Bluetooth to measure distance, is based on the fact that at somewhere over 10m away the signal fails. However this in no way means that a...
  8. [Law] Re: World Rugby approves law trials to reduce coronavirus risk

    No I don’t think that will be an issue. The app (which I have no intention to install on my phone) will alert you ( or Blue #18, if you prefer) that contact with an infected person has occurred. ...
  9. [Law] Re: World Rugby approves law trials to reduce coronavirus risk

    Good point didds.

    This is where clubs could be proactive, by providing mobile phone storage lockers. So all players and subs going on a particular pitch have their phones stored in a confined...
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    Re: Covid-19 Returning to play in Sept?

    As the actress said to the bishop, «*You never know your luck.*» Particularly since her in doors is most likely to be indisposed for a couple of days, and one or other of those two will have given...
  11. [Law] Re: World Rugby approves law trials to reduce coronavirus risk

    I think everyone agrees these proposals are unworkable. What then? Will all registered players accept to use the app which informs other players when they have been in contact with someone who has...
  12. [Law] Re: World Rugby approves law trials to reduce coronavirus risk

    The IRFU is still in lockdown. Covid update for clubs
    :ireland:I suspect they will let others bite the bullet before positioning themselves on the matter.
  13. [Law] Re: World Rugby approves law trials to reduce coronavirus risk

    You got a point there ; Guardian article
    New Zealand union already said it will not be adopting trialsAny sporting body who, after lockdown says we’re not adapting our approach, risks finding that...
  14. [Law] World Rugby approves law trials to reduce coronavirus risk

    World Rugby expect the trials to apply more to the community game than the elite end, where testing is likely to be more widespread, although the introduction of an "orange card" is specific to the...
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    Re: Covid-19 Returning to play in Sept?

    Double ended combination sleds for Scrum?
  16. [Law] Re: World Rugby announces law amendment relating to scoring against the post protecto

    Nigel Owens has his say on the matter. :wales:


    https://youtu.be/jqaTxiASruo

    European Cup Pool game January 2018
  17. [Law] Re: World Rugby announces law amendment relating to scoring against the post protecto

    I agree that at grassroots it changes little.


    But I am glad to see it go from TV rugby. Edinburgh v Munster in December. The pundits were not happy...

    Don’t like the ref blaming above, but...
  18. [Law] World Rugby announces law amendment relating to scoring against the post protector

    The amended law will now read: The post protector is no longer an extension of the goal-line and therefore Law 8.2 (a) will read:
    A try is scored when the attacking player is first to ground the...
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    Re: NZ to resume Super Rugby

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    NZ to resume Super Rugby

    Word has it, New Zealand’s Super Rugby mini-series will begin on 13 June.
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    Re: Straight up thuggery

    Retaliation can be no defense. It’s possible some racist comment was passed at takle time. That would in no way justify the thuggish reaction. Since guns are not permitted in the playing enclosure...
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    Re: Mornington Madrid - ˇHola!

    Valdecarros
    Urbanización del nuevo barrio de Valdecarros
    Okay well not all that new anymore, but hey.
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    Re: Mornington Madrid - ˇHola!

    :deadhorse: In any case, we digress.

    I’ll playNuevos Ministerios, in the absence of any move from my opponents.
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    Re: Mornington SMS

    You guys have timed out. Game 30’ d 1(month)

    GRH
    Jonathan Lambeth is a journalist for the Financial Times these days.
    Wonder if anyone remembers his Danny Kendall days?
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    Re: Mornington Crescent

    Harrow & Wealdstone

    Technically the oldest station on the network: the mainline station was built in 1837, predating Baker Street by 24 years. It was opened for Underground trains in 1917....
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