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    Default Clearer rugby laws - scoring

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    7. When a try or penalty try is scored, it gives that team the right to attempt a conversion,
    which may be a place kick or drop-kick.


    that is so 2016

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    I, for one, like Roman numerals

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    Default Re: Clearer rugby laws - scoring

    Wot? You think they proof read them? Hey, that's not their job.

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    Default Re: Clearer rugby laws - scoring

    Quote Originally Posted by Dickie E View Post
    CONVERSION
    7. When a try or penalty try is scored, it gives that team the right to attempt a conversion,
    which may be a place kick or drop-kick.


    that is so 2016

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    Actually Dickie, I thought that was only being trialled, i.e., its printed in the grey LAW AMENDMENT TRIAL box in the Law Book, so its not formally part of the "official" laws yet.

    But good spot anyway!
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