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    Default KO deliberately not going 10

    Whilst looking at the clip in the below thread - I saw this...
    https://youtu.be/S7xBBPVgAB8?t=64

    Even if time was up, I don't think I'd finish the match on that - and give the opposing team options. Would I be right?

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    We judge intent all the time though.
    Last week a player accidentally knocked me over. We all laughed. If I had judged it was deliberate there would have been less fun :-)

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    Correct, I believe they changed the law after that particular game, i'm sure one of the stato's will come out with full details

    When time is up, if asked, I always say "last legal play"
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    Default Re: KO deliberately not going 10

    Any one got the clip of Barnsey handy?

    22 drop out after the clock was dead.

    Barnsey "the game must restart".

    I think he gave a scrum to the opposition for kicking the ball straight out, or might have given the lineout.

    Did the opposition then go onto score and win?

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    Default Re: KO deliberately not going 10

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil E View Post
    Any one got the clip of Barnsey handy?

    22 drop out after the clock was dead.

    Barnsey "the game must restart".

    I think he gave a scrum to the opposition for kicking the ball straight out, or might have given the lineout.

    Did the opposition then go onto score and win?
    He gave the scrum followed by a RED!!😆

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    Default Re: KO deliberately not going 10

    Quote Originally Posted by mcroker View Post
    Whilst looking at the clip in the below thread - I saw this...
    https://youtu.be/S7xBBPVgAB8?t=64

    Even if time was up, I don't think I'd finish the match on that - and give the opposing team options. Would I be right?
    You would; same as with an squint lineout or an early push at the scrum. A restart has to be successful (lead to open play) before the game can end.

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