I have touched up the Goggle translate to make some sense out of it
The scrum is 3+4+1. So eight players, three in the front row, second row and flankers and a number eight.
Players must hold the passport "forwards"
3 + 4 + 1 formation- no hit educational scrum.
Straight shove allowed, no more shove once the ball has been won (behind the front rows feet.). Hooking encouraged, but once the ball has been won, no further contest allowed. The ball must be played without delay. Offside lines at 5 meters.
The accompanying coach gives the 3 commands for the impact-free educational scrum: 1. Crouch - 2. Bind 3. Set
Then the non-verbal command for the introduction of the ball The scrumhalf puts-in without delay (3 seconds maximum).
For the opposition scrumhalf in accordance with 15 Category C.
The scrum is never reset.
if scrum wheels or any foul play making ball unplayable. Safety first, free kick to team who put-in.
Equal numbers, if a man down, then no eight on either pack. 3+4
If two men down then no flankers 3+2+1
5 man scrum (minimum) = 3 + 2. Front row plus second row
Line out variation : No lifters. Otherwise as per LoTG
Two under age U14 referees on the pitch accompanied by a trained coach.
Kids adapt well to playing local variations. I agree with Crossref split the visitors into separate age bands. French coaches do this anyway, based on Year born. So those born in 2003 are too old and your U13 will face those born in 2004. In practice U.K. Is September to September rather than January to January right?