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    Default After final whistle

    Red cross the try line. The referee adjudges the ball held up and immediately blows for full time. Game over.
    Immediately the whistle goes it kicks off. Pushing, shoving, strong verbals and possibly the odd punch aimed.
    What would you do as referee?

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    Default Re: After final whistle

    Ref it exactly the same as you would during the game.

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    Blow your whistle like you would if there was a mass brawl during the game. Wait for it all to calm down. If it’s just pushing, shoving and verbals, let it go. Make a few notes if there were punches that connected. In any event, have a chat with the society’s discipline secretary and take his advice as to whether it needs escalated to CB discipline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frenchie851 View Post
    Ref it exactly the same as you would during the game.
    alas after you blow the whistle for the end of the game, your authority elapses and you can no longer issue cards.

    it's citing reports...

    or in the weekend game that perhaps sparked the question - you shout ineffectually at the players and generally flap about ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balones View Post
    Pushing, shoving, strong verbals and possibly the odd punch aimed.
    What would you do as referee?
    Depends who the punches were aimed at...
    If aimed at me I would run!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    alas after you blow the whistle for the end of the game, your authority elapses and you can no longer issue cards.

    it's citing reports...

    or in the weekend game that perhaps sparked the question - you shout ineffectually at the players and generally flap about ...

    Cheers for the heads up. I wouldn't have known that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Decorily View Post
    If aimed at me I would run!!
    get stuck in, ya big blancmange!
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    Default Re: After final whistle

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    alas after you blow the whistle for the end of the game, your authority elapses and you can no longer issue cards.

    it's citing reports...

    or in the weekend game that perhaps sparked the question - you shout ineffectually at the players and generally flap about ...
    I certainly don't know what protocols are over there and not sure the laws prevent you issuing a redcard after the final whistle?
    Certainly the laws say the referee can apply laws prior to the match...such as applying clothing laws...so why couldnt you apply foul play laws after time?
    Im not suggesting you whip out your RC for a brawl in the clubhouse after the game!!!

    We have been advised in these parts that we can and should issue cards and reports while players are still in the "playing enclosure" - even a RC for ref abuse. If it is an issue against the referee outside the playing enclosure (such as abuse) then it's an abuse form. If it's players punching on outside the playing enclosure then it's the team's problem.
    Tell em it's Law 23 and smile

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    Default Re: After final whistle

    Reports , certainly, as anyone can make a report .

    But cards are issued during the game.

    For clothing , if the player absolutely refuses to wear correct clothes or boots then what actually happens is that you have to start the game and *then* issue a RC

    If, at an inspection before the match, a match official tells a player that an item banned under this law is being worn and the player is subsequently found to be wearing that item on the playing area, that player is sent off for misconduct. Sanction: Penalty.
    Last edited by crossref; 22-01-19 at 07:01.

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    Default Re: After final whistle

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    alas after you blow the whistle for the end of the game, your authority elapses and you can no longer issue cards.
    Are you sure of this?

    I'm with menace on this.

    When I was a LSRFUR as a young referee we were told that you can still issue a card up to 30 minutes after the final whistle.

    Perhaps protocol has changed?
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