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    Great Law exam here ...

    http://www.advantagereferee.com/law-exam


    My favourite question ..
    Red 10 is on his own 22m and knocks on 3m forward , and the ball falls to the ground
    Red 6 then kicks the ball towards his own goal line where it goes into Touch in Goal

    Restart ?
    Last edited by crossref; 16-11-18 at 08:11.

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    Default Re: Law Exam

    Play on, not material (oops, wrong thread )

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    Default Re: Law Exam

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    Great Law exam here ...

    http://www.advantagereferee.com/law-exam


    My favourite question ..
    Red 10 is on his own 22m and knocks on 3m forward , and the ball falls to the ground
    Red 6 then kicks the ball towards his own goal line where it goes into Touch in Goal

    Restart ?
    was red 6 in front of red 10 when red 10 knocked on? Is there an opponent within close enough distance to the ball to claim it before an onside red player (incuding red 10) can claim it instead?

    didds

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    Default Re: Law Exam

    Assuming no offside, I would think the answer is a 5m scrum. Territorial advantage is played to Blue and I don't believe there is any reason in law to play the scrum on the 22m.
    "There is far too much talk about good ball and bad ball. In my opinion, good ball is when you have possession and bad ball is when the opposition have it." - Dick Jeeps

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    If there is offside ?
    Offer Blue the choice of a PK for the offside, OR the 5m scrum ?

    In the grass roots game kicks at goal are not necessarily attractive , compared to a 5m scrum, especially if the PK is close to touchljne

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    Default Re: Law Exam

    Scrum 5 and a HIA for red 6 who is obviously confused.

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    I would encourage everyone to do the quiz , it's good fun

    I will be interested to see the answers when they are published

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