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    Default Re: Knock On advantage.. and kick

    The OP is a kick that goes accidental into touch

    The opposite scenario is

    Black attacking knock on about 10m from white goal line
    White gather ball, ref signals advantage
    Under no special pressure white kick for touch
    But the kick is very badly sliced and goes directly into arms of black 11 who falls over the line for a try.

    A no adv, scrum white
    B You called advantage when they kicked , try black

    I don't suppose anyone will give a different answer

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    The OP is a kick that goes accidental into touch

    The opposite scenario is

    Black attacking knock on about 10m from white goal line
    White gather ball, ref signals advantage
    Under no special pressure white kick for touch
    But the kick is very badly sliced and goes directly into arms of black 11 who falls over the line for a try.

    A no adv, scrum white
    B You called advantage when they kicked , try black

    I don't suppose anyone will give a different answer

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    Default Re: Knock On advantage.. and kick

    a diufferent answer to what?

    empathetically its A of course.

    but under the concepts and protocols that are in place (see OBs posts above) its C&O actually B. Them's the rubs.

    And I raised that scenario in #15. Just sayin'.



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    a diufferent answer to what?

    empathetically its A of course.

    but under the concepts and protocols that are in place (see OBs posts above) its C&O actually B. Them's the rubs.

    And I raised that scenario in #15. Just sayin'.



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    Default Re: Knock On advantage.. and kick

    I'd say B.

    I've always learnt that he difference between kicking under a penalty- and a scrum advantage is whether you wait to see what happens when it lands.

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    Default Re: Knock On advantage.. and kick

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    The OP is a kick that goes accidental into touch

    The opposite scenario is

    Black attacking knock on about 10m from white goal line
    White gather ball, ref signals advantage
    Under no special pressure white kick for touch
    But the kick is very badly sliced and goes directly into arms of black 11 who falls over the line for a try.

    A no adv, scrum white
    B You called advantage when they kicked , try black

    I don't suppose anyone will give a different answer

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    The OP is a kick that goes accidental into touch

    The opposite scenario is

    Black attacking knock on about 10m from white goal line
    White gather ball, ref signals advantage
    Under no special pressure white kick for touch
    But the kick is very badly sliced and goes directly into arms of black 11 who falls over the line for a try.

    A no adv, scrum white
    B You called advantage when they kicked , try black

    I don't suppose anyone will give a different answer
    I think it is fair to say that in a goal-line defense situation white 10 is under at least some pressure - hypotheticals are fine but I have never seen a clearance kick that hasn't been made under at least some chase-down by the oppo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    The OP is a kick that goes accidental into touch

    The opposite scenario is

    Black attacking knock on about 10m from white goal line
    White gather ball, ref signals advantage
    Under no special pressure white kick for touch
    But the kick is very badly sliced and goes directly into arms of black 11 who falls over the line for a try.

    A no adv, scrum white
    B You called advantage when they kicked , try black

    I don't suppose anyone will give a different answer

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    The OP is a kick that goes accidental into touch

    The opposite scenario is

    Black attacking knock on about 10m from white goal line
    White gather ball, ref signals advantage
    Under no special pressure white kick for touch
    But the kick is very badly sliced and goes directly into arms of black 11 who falls over the line for a try.

    A no adv, scrum white
    B You called advantage when they kicked , try black

    I don't suppose anyone will give a different answer
    I think it is fair to say that in a goal-line defense situation white 10 is under at least some pressure - hypotheticals are fine but I have never seen a clearance kick that hasn't been made under at least some chase-down by the oppo.

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    Default Re: Knock On advantage.. and kick

    B for me, and I'd try to call advantage over before the kick. If there is clean possession from the tackle/ruck following the knock on, once the ball comes back from that tackle/ruck, or even once it is clearly available, you are effectively in the same position as if there had been scrum, clean possession and the ability to do what you choose. If they muck up the kick, tough luck.

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