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    Default Re: Penalise teams late onto the field

    ultimately, if the team isn't out there at scheduled time +15 minutes, it's a forfeit.
    I, for one, like Roman numerals

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    Default Re: Penalise teams late onto the field

    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wakeham View Post
    Oh dear, we seem to be getting upset. Had you read Post 10, You may have seen that I have said what I'd do. I've emphasised the relevant part to help you:



    Perhaps you should wind your neck in next time someone has the temerity to disagree with you.
    Let's add a bit of colour. It's wet & cold, you and the other team are standing in the middle of the park, shivering, and the recalcitrants are still in the sheds. It's game time + 10 minutes. The captain/coach of the shiverers asks you to do something. "damn right I will. I'll write a report on Monday!"

    Good work.
    I, for one, like Roman numerals

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    Dickie/Marc - I don’t know what’s going on with you two but how about a nice gin, calm down and let’s get back to a good friendly debate or supporting fellow refs. To paraphrase my speech at the weekend, you can continue to have a pi**ing contest or we can talk some laws. I prefer the latter.

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    From NSW Suburban Rugby Union manual:

    12. MATCH TIMING
    12.1 The duration of matches and kick-off times shall be:
    Grade Each Half Kick Off
    1st 40 mins 3:15pm
    2nd 35 mins 2:00pm
    Colts 35 mins 12:45pm
    3rds 30 mins 11:40am
    4ths 25 mins 10.45am

    12.2 Any club which is not prepared to commence a match within ten minutes of the official kick-off time shall forfeit the match without right of appeal. The referee shall note such occurrence on the result sheet.
    12.3 Any time lost in commencing a match for whatever reason shall be deducted from the allocated time for that match.
    12.4 Injury time will be added to the playing time in first grade matches only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebra1922 View Post
    Dickie/Marc - I don’t know what’s going on with you two but how about a nice gin, calm down and let’s get back to a good friendly debate or supporting fellow refs. To paraphrase my speech at the weekend, you can continue to have a pi**ing contest or we can talk some laws. I prefer the latter.
    I've no problem. Seems he has, for whatever reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TigerCraig View Post
    From NSW Suburban Rugby Union manual:

    12. MATCH TIMING
    12.1 The duration of matches and kick-off times shall be:
    Grade Each Half Kick Off
    1st 40 mins 3:15pm
    2nd 35 mins 2:00pm
    Colts 35 mins 12:45pm
    3rds 30 mins 11:40am
    4ths 25 mins 10.45am

    12.2 Any club which is not prepared to commence a match within ten minutes of the official kick-off time shall forfeit the match without right of appeal. The referee shall note such occurrence on the result sheet.
    12.3 Any time lost in commencing a match for whatever reason shall be deducted from the allocated time for that match.
    12.4 Injury time will be added to the playing time in first grade matches only.
    And that makes good sense. Especially with your restricttions on time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dickie E View Post
    Let's add a bit of colour. It's wet & cold, you and the other team are standing in the middle of the park, shivering, and the recalcitrants are still in the sheds. It's game time + 10 minutes. The captain/coach of the shiverers asks you to do something. "damn right I will. I'll write a report on Monday!"

    Good work.
    AS Balones put you have the option of abandoning the game. It is all about context. After 10 minutes whatever the conditions I'm probably feeling they are not prepared to play.



    You use some common sense. What you do not do is award made up penalties.

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    Default Re: Penalise teams late onto the field

    In subbies, if say 8 minutes were thus lost but you KO... is that now 2 x 26 halves, or 1st half of 22 minutes and 2nd of 30? (in loower grades as the example)

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    Default Re: Penalise teams late onto the field

    It also depends why they are late onto the pitch. A few years ago I had a u18 cup semifinal on 4G pitch at Murrayfield and one team who was travelling from nearly 2 hours away was late. They arrived about 10 mins before KO, but I took the decision to delay the KO to allow them to worm up on a pitch they had not played on an get a couple of practice moves and kicks in. I had discussed this with the opposition and all but 1 coach were in agreement, but he was persuaded by his colleagues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by didds View Post
    In subbies, if say 8 minutes were thus lost but you KO... is that now 2 x 26 halves, or 1st half of 22 minutes and 2nd of 30? (in loower grades as the example)

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    You would do 2 x 26

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinky View Post
    It also depends why they are late onto the pitch.
    Of course.

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