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    Default Re: QTI scenario

    A good point ...
    But the other time a QTI is often on is when the ball carrier is bundled into touch, and in that scenario everyone will normally be onside , and also close , so you do get the opportunity to touch the ball

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    Default Re: QTI scenario

    USA Rugby have this very day issued a diktat*:

    If another player of the team that took the ball into touch, plays the ball to prevent a quick throw-in, they are liable to PK. This was discussed with some law makers recently that the law 18.5b could read, “The ball had been touched after it went into touch by anyone other than the player throwing in or the team (instead of player) who carried the ball into touch;”
    It is a long process to present a law change.

    So, we're clear on this over here anyway.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonSmith View Post
    USA Rugby have this very day issued a diktat*:

    If another player of the team that took the ball into touch, plays the ball to prevent a quick throw-in, they are liable to PK. This was discussed with some law makers recently that the law 18.5b could read, “The ball had been touched after it went into touch by anyone other than the player throwing in or the team (instead of player) who carried the ball into touch;”
    It is a long process to present a law change.

    So, we're clear on this over here anyway.


    *quoting diktats in no way indicates endorsement of said diktat

    What does the diktat actually say, can you copy and paste it ?

    I am not clear, if a blue touches it, is it a PK to Red , or just that Red can still take the QTI regardless ?
    Or both ?

    Why would they take a QTI when they could have a PK ?
    Last edited by crossref; 20-02-19 at 07:02.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post

    I am not clear, if a blue touches it, is it a PK to Red , or just that Red can still take the QTI regardless ?
    Or both ?
    "they are liable to PK" seems pretty crystal to me
    I, for one, like Roman numerals

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dickie E View Post
    "they are liable to PK" seems pretty crystal to me
    Yes, but then what about the bit about 18.5 b ? How can a QTI still happen if a PK has been awarded ?
    Last edited by crossref; 20-02-19 at 07:02.

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    Default Re: QTI scenario

    The QTI can't happen, so PK on the 15 (I guess).

    It's likely a flashpoint to be managed. It would have to be pretty C&O for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_NL View Post
    The QTI can't happen, so PK on the 15 (I guess).

    e.
    Simon's post says that in the US it can happen

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    I read it as saying that a proposed law change would be to allow the QTI, but in the meantime it's a PK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_NL View Post
    I read it as saying that a proposed law change would be to allow the QTI, but in the meantime it's a PK.
    Ah..
    Well would be interested to see the actual diktat

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    That was the diktat.

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