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    Quote Originally Posted by RobLev View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobLev View Post
    How about if we want to argue with andyscott?
    Then you can be wrong also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andyscott View Post
    So you try and catch a ball one handed and knock on, no matter if you intend to, its a PK and my level a YC.
    Really? Always??? ( any pitch position?) Irrespective of the catchers hand position or direction of movement ?

    And if the attempted catcher has two/three/four! juggled attempts to gather as he's running, but the ball just fails to stick - then what, same YC?

    Yep, im in Crossrefs queue on this subject.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Browner View Post
    Really? Always??? ( any pitch position?) Irrespective of the catchers hand position or direction of movement ?

    And if the attempted catcher has two/three/four! juggled attempts to gather as he's running, but the ball just fails to stick - then what, same YC?

    Yep, im in Crossrefs queue on this subject.
    Yes always. Not my issue, you go with one hand you run the risk. Always a PK at least. Players know that and accept it.

    On sat half way line outside centre, pass over his head, one handed attempt to catch, but didn't, PK and YC. Not one person had an issue with it.
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    I distrust automatic calls. I have seen players catch the ball one-handed, so it is not impossible. I have also seen them knock the ball up in the air so they have time to run under it.

    For me it is a judgement call, like so many others. Some are C&O, some are not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OB.. View Post
    I distrust automatic calls. I have seen players catch the ball one-handed, so it is not impossible. I have also seen them knock the ball up in the air so they have time to run under it.

    For me it is a judgement call, like so many others. Some are C&O, some are not.
    Automatic, or consistency?

    its not impossible and if they catch it, no probs, if they dont rest time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andyscott View Post
    Automatic, or consistency?
    The two are not really the same. Automatic implies ducking judgement in favour of an unfair consistency, the sort of argument that says " a punch is a punch" and treats them all equally.

    There was indeed once a guideline that said going for the ball with one hand and knocking it on was to be treated as deliberate, but it was dropped. IMHO for good reason.
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    We have been told to stop referring to the fact that a player went with only one hand when determining deliberate KOs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OB.. View Post
    The two are not really the same. Automatic implies ducking judgement in favour of an unfair consistency, the sort of argument that says " a punch is a punch" and treats them all equally.
    I do, its a red card everytime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacko:286942
    We have been told to stop referring to the fact that a player went with only one hand when determining deliberate KOs.
    Jacko what are the criteria you use in determining deliberate knock ons?

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