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    Default Re: Worcester v Bath .. 97 minutes

    Quote Originally Posted by frenchie851 View Post
    Having read all posts on this thread now it has got me thinking... as I also use a watch that counts down when the clock 'goes red' I then have no way of stopping the game clock and therefore post 80:00s I would have no way of knowing the difference between game time and actual time in relation to a 10 min sin bin.

    I think it would be very rare for a game to go into 95 minutes at level 8 with out one team knocking the ball on and the game ending though to be fair!
    My watch counts down, but you tell it how many segments (halves) there are in a game.
    I set it to three, so it continues to count after the 80 minutes are up.

    Last week at Level 9 I had almost 15 minutes of extra play (but no cards).

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    Default Re: Worcester v Bath .. 97 minutes

    my watch counts down .. . but then keeps going..

    but now counting upward , so that does give me a little bit of mental arithmetic to do - If I gave the YC at (say) 04:30 he will need to come back on after 05:30 ...

    Obviously I continue to stop/start my watch if necessary (PKs)

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    Default Re: Worcester v Bath .. 97 minutes

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    my watch counts down .. . but then keeps going..

    but now counting upward , so that does give me a little bit of mental arithmetic to do - If I gave the YC at (say) 04:30 he will need to come back on after 05:30 ...

    Obviously I continue to stop/start my watch if necessary (PKs)

    What watch do you use? I have a spinsto. I don't know what it does when the game has finished to be honest because I have never thought to look at that point. This post has made me think I need to pay attention to the watch once it has gone red. It's made me think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frencie851 View Post
    What watch do you use? I have a spinsto. I don't know what it does when the game has finished to be honest because I have never thought to look at that point. This post has made me think I need to pay attention to the watch once it has gone red. It's made me think.
    Same as me.
    Once you get to fulltime the watch stops, so you don't know how much extra time you have played.
    If you set three periods instead of two that solves it.

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    Default Re: Worcester v Bath .. 97 minutes

    Quote Originally Posted by frencie851 View Post
    What watch do you use? I have a spinsto. I don't know what it does when the game has finished to be honest because I have never thought to look at that point. This post has made me think I need to pay attention to the watch once it has gone red. It's made me think.
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    Be careful if you use a GPS watch and fancy having a sideline as a hitman.....

    The Greater Manchester Police investigation into the Massey murder had stalled until new evidence was uncovered by Merseyside Police during the Kinsella investigation.

    Detectives had a "light-bulb moment" when they seized Fellows' Garmin Forerunner watch, which had a GPS function.

    It showed a few months before the Massey murder, the wearer of the watch had travelled a route from his home to the area behind the church in which the killer lay in wait for his victim on 26 July 2015.

    The jury were told this key piece of evidence showed a "reconnaissance run".

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    Default Re: Worcester v Bath .. 97 minutes

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil E View Post


    Be careful if you use a GPS watch and fancy having a sideline as a hitman.....
    that may be a bit of misinformation by the police - it seems unlikely he would deliberately track his reconaissaance run - a forerunner watch only tracks when tell it to, by starting an activity.
    more likely the police simply got hold of the history generated by his phone, where GPS is always on. : eg My Timeline in Google Maps, or any one of dozens of other apps he could have on his phone

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    Default Re: Worcester v Bath .. 97 minutes

    I will start setting 3 periods and more importantly start paying attention to the clock even after 80 mins if there is need to.

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    Default Re: Worcester v Bath .. 97 minutes

    It's not uncommon to issue a YC in the last ten minutes of a half ... what have you been doing ?

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    Default Re: Worcester v Bath .. 97 minutes

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    It's not uncommon to issue a YC in the last ten minutes of a half ... what have you been doing ?
    Indeed - I would actually think it's the most common time for YCs.

    1. Players are more fatigued so deliberate offending to slow down the play or lazy attempted tackles are more likely;
    2. The deeper you are into the half, the likelihood that an offence is "repeated" increases; and
    3. Towards the end of a tight game, players can do stupid things to either try to retain the ball or try to regain the ball for their team, which may constitute a deliberate / cynical offence.

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