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    Default Nice line in Flanker binds

    Interesting Bind by Peter O'Mahony at the scrum, going under Archer's leg, rather than over Kleyn's back.


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    Default Re: Nice line in Flanker binds

    I thought all non FR players had to bind onto a Lock.

    I'm pretty sure it's a FK offence .... if ATP doesn't work.

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    Default Re: Nice line in Flanker binds

    19.7d. The sanction is a penalty

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    Default Re: Nice line in Flanker binds

    Indeed a PK.

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    Default Re: Nice line in Flanker binds

    Quote Originally Posted by buff View Post
    19.7d. The sanction is a penalty
    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wakeham View Post
    Indeed a PK.
    I stand corrected then.

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    Default Re: Nice line in Flanker binds

    I would probably not use ATP in that situation. The prop is getting a distinct advantage by having his flanker support him directly. Go straight to PK is what I would do in all but the lowest grades.
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    Default Re: Nice line in Flanker binds

    Quote Originally Posted by damo View Post
    I would probably not use ATP in that situation. The prop is getting a distinct advantage by having his flanker support him directly.
    Good point. Was this picked up in real time Marc?

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    Default Re: Nice line in Flanker binds

    Makes me think of
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oS9OTXqRhbE

    I can never be reminded of that too often.

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    Default Re: Nice line in Flanker binds

    Quote Originally Posted by Taff View Post
    Good point. Was this picked up in real time Marc?
    He did it through just about every scrum with no sanction.

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    Default Re: Nice line in Flanker binds

    Quote Originally Posted by damo View Post
    I would probably not use ATP in that situation. The prop is getting a distinct advantage by having his flanker support him directly. Go straight to PK is what I would do in all but the lowest grades.

    agree. If he started his bind on the 2nd row, then slipped it early would you ATP that scenario, or just PK?

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