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    Default Re: plane of the goal-line

    Quote Originally Posted by Christy View Post
    Hi tewdric.

    The only time this is different . ( the law bit )
    Is if a player making a mark from opponents kick , inside his own 22 with 1 foot other side of 22.
    If this ball is caught .( before it crosses the 22 )
    It is deemed to be caught inside his 22 & therefore he can now have a 22 drop out .
    Hope that helps .
    No....I'm afraid you're incorrect.
    The 22 is treated the same as the goal line in this regard.

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    I believe otherwise .
    Ill take a further look in a while .

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    Default Re: plane of the goal-line

    Quote Originally Posted by Decorily View Post
    No....I'm afraid you're incorrect.
    The 22 is treated the same as the goal line in this regard.
    that's another one in the law exam (i know :-) )

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    Default Re: plane of the goal-line

    • PRINCIPLE

      A means of stopping play within a player’s own 22 by directly catching an opponent’s kick.
      CLAIMING A MARK

    • To claim a mark, a player must:
      • Have at least one foot on or behind their own 22-metre line when catching the ball or when landing having caught it in the air; and
      • Catch a ball that has reached the plane of the 22-metre line directly from an opponent’s kick before it touches the ground or another player; and
      • Simultaneously call “mark”.

    • A player may claim a mark even if the ball hits a goal post or crossbar before being caught.
    • When a mark is called correctly, the referee immediately stops the game and awards a free-kick to the team in possession.
    • A mark may not be claimed from a kick-off or a restart kick after a score.RESTARTING PLAY AFTER A MARK

    • The player who claimed the mark takes the free-kick (in accordance with Law 20).
    • If the player is unable to take the free-kick within one minute, a scrum is awarded to the team in possession.
    • The free-kick is taken at the following locations:
      Place of the mark Location of free-kick
      Within the 22 At the place of the mark but at least five metres from the goal line, in line with the place of the mark.
      Within the in-goal On the five-metre line in line with the place of the mark.

    Hi decorily.
    Yes you are correct .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christy View Post
    [LIST]PRINCIPLE


    Hi decorily.
    Yes you are correct .
    Thanks

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    Default Re: plane of the goal-line

    As I begin my journey it strikes me that being able to sensibly adjudicate the grey areas is a good skill to have, but I'll worry about getting the basics right first!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tewdric View Post
    As I begin my journey it strikes me that being able to sensibly adjudicate the grey areas is a good skill to have, but I'll worry about getting the basics right first!
    Well said....

    Edit. Know the law....more importantly know what the players are trying to achieve.....and most importantly know when to ignore the laws.
    Last edited by Decorily; 03-03-19 at 22:03.

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    Default Re: plane of the goal-line

    Also, most often you're chasing behind the ball and won't be able to see whether it's crossed the plane or not (it's harder to judge than the touchlin. And neither will most players, many of whom don't know the laws anyway

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    Default Re: plane of the goal-line

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_NL View Post
    Also, most often you're chasing behind the ball and won't be able to see whether it's crossed the plane or not (it's harder to judge than the touchlin. And neither will most players, many of whom don't know the laws anyway
    But on the other hand if you an AR you will often be excellently positioned to see the various planes and if you were an AR who didn't understand the importance of the plane, you would be a very poor AR indeed. At any level of game

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