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    Default Re: Primary duties

    And dont use it to wave to players to get back 10 etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pegleg View Post
    And dont use it to wave to players to get back 10 etc.
    When it comes to marking the 5/10m line I tend to hold an arm out (horizontal) point across the field on the line and when the last player is onside I'll drop it, or a quick gesture to a player who looks at me if they need to take another step or so. How do others do this?

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    That's standard. I have seen guys do it with the flag and when you mention it you usually get a "DOH" response!

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    Default Re: Primary duties

    Quote Originally Posted by Jarrod Burton View Post
    When it comes to marking the 5/10m line I tend to hold an arm out (horizontal) point across the field on the line and when the last player is onside I'll drop it, or a quick gesture to a player who looks at me if they need to take another step or so. How do others do this?
    Holding the arm straight out without a flag is the standard way. Ideally at early scrums, the defending (in the sense of not putting the ball in) are helped by both ARs on position, so that they all stand in line and can peek past the other backs to either side to see the guys running touch by leaning slightly forwards to see both ARs.

    But otherwise, wave to move them back, and then once they realise that you are helping them get the right distance, a thumbs up. Just talking to the nearest winger can help, too.

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    Default Re: Primary duties

    Sorry to necromance a thread here, but it is possible that the irfu calls them touch judges to allow the referee to apply 6.21

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