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    Quote Originally Posted by Dickie E View Post
    an aside. Not overly impressed with WR highlight packages. 3:20 total taken up by the first 45 seconds being pre-game rubbish
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    Whatever we think of it it's def not a highlight

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    On the PT, I think Poite made the 'standing up' signal with the hand which wasn't signalling the try - so perhaps it was a 'whole scrum' penalty, rather than any clear individual explaining the lack of YC (and sidestepping the question of who was infringing on the floor).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flish View Post
    The NZ PT is here https://youtu.be/OflypaJat2g?t=50 I can see why it's given, Red was straight off feet although NZ holding on too.

    Don't recall and can't find the other incident
    Watch Poite's signal. It is for "standing up". Not comenting on the vlidity of the call. Just saying what he gave it for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pedr View Post
    On the PT, I think Poite made the 'standing up' signal with the hand which wasn't signalling the try - so perhaps it was a 'whole scrum' penalty, rather than any clear individual explaining the lack of YC (and sidestepping the question of who was infringing on the floor).
    The Canadian Scrum did well to stay up and engaged despite being shunted back to their own goal line.

    i too was puzzled as to why it was a PT, and if it genuinely was because the Red #9 was deemed to have played the ball whilst off his feet then Poite should have shown him a Yellow Card - as per the LotG.
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    I repeat, watch Poite's signal. That tells you what the PT was for.

    Standing up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wakeham View Post
    I repeat, watch Poite's signal. That tells you what the PT was for.

    Standing up.
    I interpret his signal as "not staying on your feet" to red #9
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    Default Re: NZ v Canada

    The standing up call makes sense (although I didn't see that offence myself), so guess I saw what I was expecting for off feet, same wobbly arm signal really just depends on the context

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flish View Post
    The standing up call makes sense (although I didn't see that offence myself), so guess I saw what I was expecting for off feet, same wobbly arm signal really just depends on the context
    certainly standing up in the scrum (assuming it happened) had no material effect on Read's ability to pick & go.
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    Default Re: NZ v Canada

    When Read fluffed his lines and was unable to ground the ball, poite reverted to the Standing up infringement. All happened so quickly. So naturally some confusion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dickie E View Post
    certainly standing up in the scrum (assuming it happened) had no material effect on Read's ability to pick & go.
    Possibly it stopped the drive going over the goal line. Thus the situation now required the pick up whereas the player could just have dropped on the ball to score. If so very material.

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