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    Default Re: Wales quickly taken PK...

    Quote Originally Posted by BikingBud View Post
    The refereee shouted "wait wait" but didn't bring it back!
    He had made a mark, hadn't he, so Wales were entitled to go

    Don't make the mark until you mean it !

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    Default Re: Wales quickly taken PK...

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    He had made a mark, hadn't he, so Wales were entitled to go

    Don't make the mark until you mean it !
    But bodies still running on/off the pitch is not right, surely?

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    Default Re: Wales quickly taken PK...

    Quote Originally Posted by dickell View Post
    But bodies still running on/off the pitch is not right, surely?
    I am not sure - can the YC player dictate the pace of the PK restart by dawdling as he leaves the pitch ensuring his team mates are ready?

    I don't think the ref necessarily has to wait.

    having said that - I think he made the mark a bit prematurely
    Last edited by crossref; 17-08-19 at 18:08.

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    Default Re: Wales quickly taken PK...

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    I am not sure - can the YC player dictate the pace of the PK restart by dawdling as he leaves the pitch ensuring his team mates are ready?

    I don't think the ref necessarily has to wait.

    having said that - I think he made the mark a bit prematurely
    But if the slow runner-off were a water-carrier or a medic....??

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    Default Re: Wales quickly taken PK...

    Quote Originally Posted by dickell View Post
    But if the slow runner-off were a water-carrier or a medic....??
    From which team ?
    I don't think white physios are entitled to slow up red PKs ..
    Last edited by crossref; 17-08-19 at 20:08.

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    Default Re: Wales quickly taken PK...

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    From which team ?
    I don't think white physios are entitled to slow up red PKs ..
    So you were happy with the restart being taken in that situation ?

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    Default Re: Wales quickly taken PK...

    Even if it was a referee mistake, that in no way excuses professional players for being caught napping. Inexcusable in underage rugby, especially amongst teenagers aspiring to one day wear an England jersey. So that any member of the English camp should use that as an excuse would be beyond the pale. Amateurish at best, but paid for it «*on the nail*» as they say in Bristol. As crossref said, White had been penalized, so it’s not for them to dictate the pace of the restart.
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    Default Re: Wales quickly taken PK...

    Quote Originally Posted by mcroker View Post
    So you were happy with the restart being taken in that situation ?
    I think the ref was a few seconds too early ..

    But generally , yes, I am ok

    Wales didnt go quickly to take advantage of the YC and Physio being on the pitch ... They went quickly because England weren't paying attention ..

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    Default Re: Wales quickly taken PK...

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    From which team ?
    I don't think white physios are entitled to slow up red PKs ..
    No, but they are surely allowed the normal time to leave the fop.

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    Default Re: Wales quickly taken PK...

    The physio can be on the field of play, without time being off. As long as play isn’t impeded by their presence.

    England won last weekend and Eddie Jones was immediately talking of winning the World Cup. One week later Wales win, and Eddie is like
    They’re favourites for the World Cup now. I don’t have anything else to say. You give the number one ranking favourites for the World Cup
    Doh, why?
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