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    Default Re: New scrum law to be introduced immediately, apparently...

    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wakeham View Post
    Memo

    that's high tackles, not scrums
    I, for one, like Roman numerals

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    Default Re: New scrum law to be introduced immediately, apparently...

    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wakeham View Post
    Agree basically with the list. Just a question If they have not got long binds: "What action, if any, will you take?"
    Trick question that I'm missing? Penalty obv

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    Default Re: New scrum law to be introduced immediately, apparently...

    Quote Originally Posted by Dickie E View Post
    that's high tackles, not scrums
    Please read point number 1 in the memo.


    Quote Originally Posted by Flish View Post
    Trick question that I'm missing? Penalty obv
    Law reference?

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    Default Re: New scrum law to be introduced immediately, apparently...

    It's not an offence in itself to bind short. But if there's a collapse on that side, then that'll most likely be the cause. So I'd not do anything until there's an actual offence.

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    Default Re: New scrum law to be introduced immediately, apparently...

    This has been posted on the Canterbury Rugby Referees Facebook.

    Please note that the Law changes announced by World Rugby around the scrum will NOT apply to club rugby this year. This has been confirmed by NZ Rugby so business as usual for the remainder of the club season for referees.

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    Default Re: New scrum law to be introduced immediately, apparently...

    That's a surprise seeing as it's safety law

    They are saying it's ok to risk your neck until the end of the season?

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    Default Re: New scrum law to be introduced immediately, apparently...

    The photo in the tweet on this page is a little clearer.
    https://www.rugbydump.com/news/wales...inally-changed

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    Default Re: New scrum law to be introduced immediately, apparently...

    Quote Originally Posted by Arabcheif View Post
    It's not an offence in itself to bind short. But if there's a collapse on that side, then that'll most likely be the cause. So I'd not do anything until there's an actual offence.
    That's ok.

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    Default Re: New scrum law to be introduced immediately, apparently...

    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wakeham View Post

    Law reference?
    19.7 Defines who must bind to who (sanction penalty), and the definitions define a bind as full arm, so if not in compliance we have the option to penalise. I’m still looking for the trick though ?

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    Default Re: New scrum law to be introduced immediately, apparently...

    Does not mean it has to be long. Long is what we prefer. A prop can be compliant with a shorter bind.

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