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    Default Re: Post scrum analysis

    You would have to say no PK for goals, else you would have to change ends completely for a shot at goal (they don't necessarily go dead !)

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    Default Re: Post scrum analysis

    I've refereed a match where there was only one set of posts (debut match for a new collegiate side). Didn't think of issues involving PKs and drops, since I've seen 1 successful DG from open play and had one match where both teams would take 3 from a PK. Ended up not mattering, as it was one way traffic.
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    Default Re: Post scrum analysis

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    You would have to say no PK for goals, else you would have to change ends completely for a shot at goal (they don't necessarily go dead !)
    and no conversions?
    I, for one, like Roman numerals

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    Default Re: Post scrum analysis

    Quote Originally Posted by Dickie E View Post
    and no conversions?
    Why? You can use the same set of posts for all conversions.

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    Default Re: Post scrum analysis

    Would anyone have given the try?

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