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    Default Re: Law 14.7 & 21.7

    TBH In real time I'd award the try. With TMO, I'd still award the try. He's not stopped his forward momentum until he reaches out. Fine for me.

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    Default Re: Law 14.7 & 21.7

    I see it as momentum, I'd award the try. Certainly real-time on the pitch.

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    Thank you for your responses. I'll think about the majority democratic view, although I know with whom I agree. But I can follow other consensuses (e.g. I wanted to say 'consensi') that I do not agree with, so will probably be more lenient in future.
    Be reasonable - do it my way.

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    Default Re: Law 14.7 & 21.7

    Quote Originally Posted by chbg View Post
    Thank you for your responses. I'll think about the majority democratic view, although I know with whom I agree. But I can follow other consensuses (e.g. I wanted to say 'consensi') that I do not agree with, so will probably be more lenient in future.
    Temptation well resisted - the etymological origin is a Latin verb, not a second declension noun.
    He trudg’d along unknowing what he sought,
    And whistled as he went, for want of thought.
    The Referee by John Dryden

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