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    Default Re: Offside line for 9 at uncontested scrums

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil E View Post
    Assuming this is an adult game?
    Yes, adult game. Thanks.

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    Default Re: Offside line for 9 at uncontested scrums

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    I think that is in the Laws as it's an interpretation of 7.2.g. Advantage cannot be played when it would be dangerous (and my society share that interpretation, so it's not just Wales)

    Defining a 8 pickup as illegal seems like inventing a new Law , which is different.

    Of course the WRU and the RFU may have got WR permission to run certain trials ...
    Iím assuming that these differences are in the WRU regulations. All regional regulations take precedence over the laws and you donít need WR permission, as far as Iím aware.

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    Default Re: Offside line for 9 at uncontested scrums

    Quote Originally Posted by Balones View Post
    I’m assuming that these differences are in the WRU regulations. All regional regulations take precedence over the laws and you don’t need WR permission, as far as I’m aware.
    I understand WR set out what can be covered in regulations (eg they have told all unions they can set their own Laws for u18 and below)
    I think that to conduct a Law Trial or make a local change to the actual Laws would require WR approval. I don't think they would agree to the latter

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