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    Default Re: MARK - Is this a valid mark ?

    Quote Originally Posted by L'irlandais View Post
    Or angels on a pinhead?

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    If the ball or ball-carrier touches a corner flag or corner flag post without otherwise being in touch or touch-in-goal, play continues unless the ball is grounded against the post..

    What if the ball bobbles back off the corner flat post? Still okay for calling a Mark! ?
    Well if it would be good enough to award a try from then I would also award the mark!

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    Last edited by Decorily; 17-01-19 at 23:01.

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    Default Re: MARK - Is this a valid mark ?

    If the ball hits the cross bar , of course, it's dead (6.9.f)

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    Default Re: MARK - Is this a valid mark ?

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    It's 2019, taff, we have to finally put the 2017 Law Book behind us now..
    I don't think we can do that.

    If a ball is caught directly from
    a. a kick off, or
    b. a penalty kick
    and a resulting unsuccesful maul occurs, 2019 suggests that the scrum feed would go to the catching team in both cases. Is that how we would ref it?
    I, for one, like Roman numerals

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    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    If the ball hits the cross bar , of course, it's dead (6.9.f)
    I'll remember that next a penalty shot at goal hits the x-bar before going over
    I, for one, like Roman numerals

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    Default Re: MARK - Is this a valid mark ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pinky View Post
    But you might bobble it backwards into a post?
    That would not be a knock on then would it!

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    Can't believe the number of players I come across who don't understand that they have to call for the mark simultaneously when catching, or bobbling the ball.
    Ciaran Trainor

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctrainor View Post
    Can't believe the number of players I come across who don't understand that they have to call for the mark simultaneously when catching, or bobbling the ball.
    If they don't call for it and signal with a bent arm do you still award it?

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    Default Re: MARK - Is this a valid mark ?

    No. There's never enough crowd noise in my games for me not to here a mark being called.
    Catching a ball and then bending an arm is not simultaneous.
    I've seen them do it when their teammates shout at them to call a mark.
    I say play on
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    Quote Originally Posted by ctrainor View Post
    No. There's never enough crowd noise in my games for me not to here a mark being called.
    Catching a ball and then bending an arm is not simultaneous.
    I've seen them do it when their teammates shout at them to call a mark.
    I say play on
    No empathy there then!!

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    Default Re: MARK - Is this a valid mark ?

    Quote Originally Posted by ctrainor View Post
    No. There's never enough crowd noise in my games for me not to here a mark being called.
    Catching a ball and then bending an arm is not simultaneous.
    I've seen them do it when their teammates shout at them to call a mark.
    I say play on
    For me , if they catch the ball and claim a mark .. it's a mark .
    Not sure why you would disallow it ?

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