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    Default New framework .. Biggar

    So following the framework what's the right sanction for this one
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    Default Re: New framework .. Biggar

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    So following the framework what's the right sanction for this one
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    Default Re: New framework .. Biggar

    Can you share your reasoning ?

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    Default Re: New framework .. Biggar

    Contact by the arm to the head
    low degree of danger
    No mitigation

    = YC

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    Default Re: New framework .. Biggar

    I can't see any head contact or even shoulder contact. Play on.
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    Default Re: New framework .. Biggar

    To clarify

    Quote Originally Posted by UpandUnder View Post
    Contact by the left forearm to the head
    low degree of danger
    No mitigation

    = YC
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    Default Re: New framework .. Biggar

    I don't see head contact. High tackle, high degree of danger (accelerates into the tackle and attempting a dominant tackle which was successful). No mitigation... YC. If a different angle show's head contact then that would raise to RC.

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    Default Re: New framework .. Biggar

    Left arm contacts face. Reckless with intent. I'm ook for reasons to scale down to YC. Not sure I see many.

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    Default Re: New framework .. Biggar

    High, with head-contact
    High degree of danger (he jumps onto his back, leaving contact with the ground and somewhat recklessly and swings his arm around)
    I can't see anything to mitigate...

    So applying the framework (not necessarily what I consider 'appropriate' to the offence) - RC

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    Default Re: New framework .. Biggar

    well, you have to say one thing for the new framework : like it or not, it certainly makes decision making easy and will lead to much greater consistency

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