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    Default Re: Stade Toulousain - Saracens

    Only if it went forward. Personally I think Black had possession of the ball, and took it in, turnover, white ball. Was just thinking of reasons that it could be a black ball...

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    http://www.sareferees.com/News/law-d...-kick/2830059/

    sarefs take on it.

    I don't agree with their editorial. If the "maul after catch" law was deleted it would lead to more garryowens
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    Default Re: Stade Toulousain - Saracens

    Quote Originally Posted by Dickie E View Post
    http://www.sareferees.com/News/law-d...-kick/2830059/

    sarefs take on it.

    I don't agree with their editorial. If the "maul after catch" law was deleted it would lead to more garryowens
    I agree. The game would become a never ending festival of kick & chase, with the chasing team knowing that all they need to do is hold the catcher up to get the ball. IIRC, this is why the Law came in the first place. OB.. may have a better idea than me, but from memory, this exception came in some time shortly after the late 1970's when the taking of a Mark was restricted to inside the 22m only.
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    Default Re: Stade Toulousain - Saracens

    <chopper>
    In the hypothetical case of a kick from defence caught on the half way line.
    Ref cannot be sure who took it in.
    Maul is not moving forward
    Maul straddles the line and ref cannot be certain which half the ball is in.
    Who gets the put in?
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    :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camquin View Post
    <chopper>
    In the hypothetical case of a kick from defence caught on the half way line.
    Ref cannot be sure who took it in.
    Maul is not moving forward
    Maul straddles the line and ref cannot be certain which half the ball is in.
    Who gets the put in?
    </chopper>

    :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dickie E View Post
    http://www.sareferees.com/News/law-d...-kick/2830059/

    sarefs take on it.

    I don't agree with their editorial. If the "maul after catch" law was deleted it would lead to more garryowens
    sarefs seem to have missed the point, that it should have been a white put in wither way.

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    Default Re: Stade Toulousain - Saracens

    Ill go back to my original statement.
    "The AR made AR look a dick!"
    Tell em it's Law 23 and smile

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    Default Re: Stade Toulousain - Saracens

    Quote Originally Posted by Camquin View Post
    <chopper>
    In the hypothetical case of a kick from defence caught on the half way line.
    Ref cannot be sure who took it in.
    Maul is not moving forward
    Maul straddles the line and ref cannot be certain which half the ball is in.
    Who gets the put in?
    </chopper>

    :-)

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    Default Re: Stade Toulousain - Saracens

    Quote Originally Posted by Ian_Cook View Post
    I agree. The game would become a never ending festival of kick & chase, with the chasing team knowing that all they need to do is hold the catcher up to get the ball. IIRC, this is why the Law came in the first place. OB.. may have a better idea than me, but from memory, this exception came in some time shortly after the late 1970's when the taking of a Mark was restricted to inside the 22m only.
    The Mark was restricted in 1977 (half way) and 1979 (22).
    In 1996 it was no longer allowed from a "kick-off" which at that time included restart kicks after a score but excluded 22 drop-outs.
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