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    Default Re: Where's the offsides line?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Fat View Post
    Interesting thread.
    (ie: unsuccessful end to a maul)
    Ruck, surely?

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    Default Re: Where's the offsides line?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pinky View Post
    Ruck, surely?
    Glad someone knows what I meant to write. Doh!!!
    Yes, unsuccessful end to a ruck (and I even proof read that before posting).
    Thanks Pinky.

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    Default Re: Where's the offsides line?

    The questions I would have would be how did everyone end up off their feet.
    Should I have penalised someone for going off their feet and/ or collapsing the ruck.

    If everyone spontaneously lost their footing, even though they were endeavouring to stay up - then ruck is over.

    If I can see the ball it is out - successful end of ruck. Someone should get on and play it.
    If I can't, unsuccessful end of ruck - scrum.

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    Default Re: Where's the offsides line?

    I think there is room for a lot of little technicalities in this one, with a multitude of potentials for the scenario I outlined. As I don't think it's going to be headlining as a real problem in rugby anytime soon; I do get the pleasure of reading all of your educated officials' input on these intricate situations I let play out in my head.

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