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  1. [Maul] Re: When is a flying wedge a maul...a maul a flying wedge....or....?

    Easy yellow card for the tackler, Dangerous play pulling the maul down.
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    Re: Where are you this weekend - 2021/22?

    Aspatria V Stockton L 7. Never reffed Stockton before, always good to ref new teams.
    Another nice Cumbrian rail trip with the ground 5 minutes walk from the station.
    Last week's action shot at St....
  3. Thread: Leggings

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    Re: Leggings

    It'll be face masks next:deadhorse:
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    Re: Where are you this weekend - 2021/22?

    I generally have no problems these days, Good tight game 6-6. and escaped with just a slight graze on the forehead after getting tangled up in a ruck and was clearly off my feet and on the wrong side...
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    Re: Where are you this weekend - 2021/22?

    Only 4 games in the county this week but I've got one. St Benedict's V De La Salle North West 2 L 7.
    Need to be at my best for this one ;-)
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    [Tackle] Re: Leicester vs Saracens

    Clear case for penalty reversal and red card for Leicester player whose actions were deliberate and dangerous
  7. Thread: 50:22

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    [Law] Re: 50:22

    There could be a series of passing plays without a TRM situation and if opposition touches the ball, for example in and attempt to intercept, then you could kick the 50;22 even if originally you had...
  8. Thread: Fuel problems

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    Fuel problems

    Did anyone have them?
    I was on the verge of crying off refereeing last week as I nearly didn't have fuel to get to the game!
    Hopefully no worries this week as long as Northern rail doesn't let me...
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    Re: Where are you this weekend - 2021/22?

    Wigton V Upper Eden this week, Cumbria 1 L8 both teams unbeaten, hopefully the weather improves.
    Train journey, Northern Rail permitting and a few beers.
  10. Sticky: Re: POTENTIAL SPONSORSHIP - Referee Watch - Great bit of kit

    That looks pretty comprehensive. Unfortunately I'd have to get my reading glasses out to use it so wouldn't work for a dinosaur like me :-(
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    Re: Where are you this weekend - 2021/22?

    Does this imply L5 will require Qualified ARs if they don't already? not much affect in my area but will surely take refs out of the game and most areas already short!
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    Re: Where are you this weekend - 2021/22?

    Not here Phil, many teams have played 3 though my game is off for covid so now doing Kirkby Lonsdale 2 v Fylde 2 so again should be enjoyable.
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    Re: Where are you this weekend - 2021/22?

    Keswick V Rochdale L 7 both teams unbeaten so far, should be a good one.
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    Re: thoughts on this one

    Ahem, Tim, falls over more especially in windy Cumbria, You should know that:smile:.
    Now then should we have the debate about allowing the "Trumpet bringer on" to hold the ball rather than a player...
  15. Thread: Line out maul

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    Re: Line out maul

    That is a really badly written law. "providing they keep moving"! what does that mean? They can't stand still? I guess it is written on the assumption that one player will take up the traditional...
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    Re: thoughts on this one

    That link doesn't work in NH but the game can be searched on you tube.
    It is a grey area of Law that perhaps needs clarification.
    I've seen this happen many times at my level and have done the...
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    Re: 2 incidents - Wallabies v Springboks 18/9/21

    Second one clear red, 1st one could be red but can't see that being taken any further. nothing clear and obvious.
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    [Law] Re: Can you have a quick goal line drop out?

    Agree not Kurt The second tap can be anywhere directly behind as long as the ref sees you take it which is usually the problem.
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    Re: These goal line dropouts

    Had a classic Saturday.
    Attacker drops ball in act of scoring so GLDO.
    Defender spots his winger is wide open on the other flank so attempts a quick one but assumes, RL style it has to be taken...
  20. Thread: Rugby 12s

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    Re: Rugby 12s

    There were certainly some ringers and undercover ex RL pros who could be brought in for a few beers!
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    Re: Bledisloe 3 - the sacrifice of the...

    100% agree Simon I still wonder if the judgement had been different were he blinded for life!
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    Re: AUS vs SA - Kolisi Card

    should have been red, clear deliberate action with no mitigation but that's showbiz rugby for you
  23. Thread: Rugby 12s

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    Re: Rugby 12s

    It's not a new Idea!
    My club used to run a 12s tournament every pre-season back in the days when the English 15s season ran from Sept 1st to April 30th.
    I think that changed when league rugby was...
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    [Law] Can you have a quick goal line drop out?

    Had this scenario yesterday. After my first game, I refereed the second half of a lower grade game that had no appointed ref.
    Red v Black. Red generally young and inexperienced, black, good mix of...
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    Re: an idea from her-indoors

    As above!
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