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If a player losses the ball (separation) as he reaches out to score, and then manages to get a finger or two in contact with the ball before it touches the ground, he has not regained possession under Law 12.
A knock-on occurs when a player loses possession of the ball and it goes forward, or when a player hits the ball forward with the hand or arm, or when the ball hits the hand or arm and goes forward, and the ball touches the ground or another player before the original player can catch it.
Quotes about Jonah Lomu:
•"I've seen a lot players like him, but none of them played on the wing." - Colin Meads
•"Me? As England's answer to Jonah Lomu? Joanna Lumley, more likely." - Damian Hopley
•"There's no doubt about it, he's a big b'stard." - Gavin Hastings
•"A figure who inspires hero worship among even those who think a fly-half is a glass of beer consumed when 'er indoors is looking the other way." - Robert Philip - Daily Telegraph
here you go -here's this weeks. I haven't listened to it yet
And crook feeds. Apparently all referees have to be better at it. Waiting for clear message from the referees' manager.
Tackle laws. Players questioning on high tackles... Not sure exactly what he said, but he did say many words.
"Listen, or your tongue will make you deaf" Native American Proverb
I, for one, like Roman numerals
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