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    Default Sneaky QTI

    Anybody else notice this nicely sneaky QTI "move" last saturday by the MAB?

    They did it twice (not sure when the other instance is) so I do think its pre-planned, or at least pre-considered.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqNG...outu.be&t=2860

    MAB catches ball in touch, vaguely suggests a QTI then drops the ball to the floor... and as the BIL switch off and don't mark the possible recipients of a QTI, returns to the ball for a QTI.

    Smart play. Good thinking.


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    Default Re: Sneaky QTI

    Very interesting. Thanks for pointing that out.
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    Default Re: Sneaky QTI

    I noticed it as well.
    One thing I like about NZ rugby is that they are not afraid to try little tricks like that.

    I also noticed the MAB changing direction on the restart at the last minute

    And what about this amusing lineout move (which didn't actually work)
    https://youtu.be/zqNGshZBhJg?t=3190

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    Default Re: Sneaky QTI

    I switched off and called out for an ineligible QTI, thinking the player had set it down for another player without realising it was the same player who then picked it up.

    Mitigating circumstances. The camera view was from the other side of the pitch so a long way away!

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    Default Re: Sneaky QTI

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post

    And what about this amusing lineout move (which didn't actually work)
    https://youtu.be/zqNGshZBhJg?t=3190
    Forwards trying to do too much thinking!

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    Default Re: Sneaky QTI

    TBH I'm not sure what the lineout move was about unless it was an attempt for a simple throw to #7 .

    It didn't seem to have an override because #7 was too closely marked. Maybe it was just a crap throw to a pod!

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    Default Re: Sneaky QTI

    I thought the QTI was off in the example shown, as there there were several opposition players who'd approached the line of touch. At what point is it off?

    Also, unusual subforum to choose for this, didds

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    Default Re: Sneaky QTI

    I guess its off when a lineout is formed, beign two players from each side on the LoT etc.

    There are just about two red players on the LoT (even that is debatable). Possibly #7 MAB but even he is a way off... all the other black players are still approaching from the other side of the red players in situ, or they are the awaiting back line.

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    Default Re: Sneaky QTI

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_NL View Post
    I thought the QTI was off in the example shown, as there there were several opposition players who'd approached the line of touch. At what point is it off?

    Also, unusual subforum to choose for this, didds
    I didnt know what subforum to put it in as there isn't one for QTI?

    Mods - feel free to place it somewhere more appropriate.

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    kit forum? How TF did it end up in the kit forum?

    dunno then!

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    Default Re: Sneaky QTI

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post

    And what about this amusing lineout move (which didn't actually work)
    https://youtu.be/zqNGshZBhJg?t=3190
    c.13 seconds to throw the ball in!! Maybe longer - the ball's in the hookers hands when the camera cuts to the LO. It wouldn't have worked if I was refereeing either - we'd be having a FK before that.
    Last edited by Lee Lifeson-Peart; 19-06-17 at 17:06.
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