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    Default Re: WR: Decision-making framework for high tackles

    Quote Originally Posted by ctrainor View Post
    Still not sure where your arm should be for a proper tackle, in front or behind your shoulder?
    Under the new guideleines are these Farrell tackles legal or illegal?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgwgZV_9488
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    Default Re: WR: Decision-making framework for high tackles

    Quote Originally Posted by Flish View Post
    In terms of outcomes and guidance has anything actually changed? Or is it just formalising in one place the guidance we've had and seen for the last year or so, eg direct contact with head, with force, off you go
    If you rephrase a Law (or bit of guidance) using different words then it's a changed Law

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctrainor View Post
    Well that seems to be a well thought out presentation. I guess dominant tacklers will not like it! Still not sure where your arm should be for a proper tackle, in front or behind your shoulder?
    If its behind (or in a sling position) then its a shoulder charge, not a tackle. The video explains it all better than the flow chart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dickie E View Post
    Under the new guideleines are these Farrell tackles legal or illegal?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgwgZV_9488
    Did you watch the guidance video?
    There's a Farrell tackle in there as one of the examples.....and its illegal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil E View Post
    Did you watch the guidance video?
    There's a Farrell tackle in there as one of the examples.....and its illegal.
    what about the other 2?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dickie E View Post
    what about the other 2?
    Work your way through the flowchart and make your own decision?

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    Default Re: WR: Decision-making framework for high tackles

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil E View Post
    Work your way through the flowchart and make your own decision?
    watch out for the splinters
    I, for one, like Roman numerals

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dickie E View Post
    watch out for the splinters
    You're going to have to learn as a referee to make your own decisions and not rely on others

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    Default Re: WR: Decision-making framework for high tackles

    1. Def no attempt to wrap. Leading arm in the "Sling" position more or less. Plenty time to site the BC and line him up properly. YC maybe even RC.

    2. Farrell's no even tackling the player with the ball!!!! There was a high tackle from the other player though, I'd probably YC both

    3. As the first tackle. No wrap, I don't think its as back as the other one though, in terms of outcome. But I don't ref based on outcome. YC

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    Default Re: WR: Decision-making framework for high tackles

    Quote Originally Posted by Dickie E View Post
    what about the other 2?
    Number 2 - White 10 shoulder charge, no head contact, not a dominant tackle, penalty only. White 23 high tackle to head, off feet, RC.

    Number 3 - Can't tell much from the video on this screen. No wrap, can't see C&O head contact, YC or penalty.

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