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    Quote Originally Posted by OB.. View Post
    It also means there is no such thing as "leaving the lineout" when stepping back a pace to avoid being drawn into a maul. Yet WR has said that does constitute leaving the lineout.

    Yes indeed.

    TBH I don;t have much faith in either orgainsation mentioned to REALLY understand and deal with the laws. We see WR clarifications that don't even deal with the real question asked, and we see SArefs coming up with very odd interpretations at times.

    This forum does a damned site better job frankly.

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    I would love to know whether the 'ask the ref' questions like that are really answered wholly by the individual alone, or if they are the considered view of the SARFU refs department, just being delivered by the ref as a spokesman.

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    Stuart Berry: Hi Steve – good technical question. These players are not peelers as they don’t leave to take the ball from the top of the lineout. They are part of the lineout, so all they need to do is stay between the 5m and 15m lines, and not go back 10m, and they are all fine.


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    Stuart Berry then needs to answer as a supplementary question how the situation OB outlines above works wrt defenders "leaving the lineout".

    I'm happy enough with his approach above, but it doesn;t work with the defenders situation as understood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by didds View Post
    Stuart Berry then needs to answer as a supplementary question how the situation OB outlines above works wrt defenders "leaving the lineout".

    I'm happy enough with his approach above, but it doesn;t work with the defenders situation as understood.

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    Agreed. I don't like the WR 'step aside' solution to non-engagement at the lineout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marauder View Post
    Agreed. I don't like the WR 'step aside' solution to non-engagement at the lineout.
    Neither do I, but I would be happy to accept that moving back a pace did not constitute leaving the lineout.
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