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  1. Thread: Penalty Try

    by Camquin
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    Re: Penalty Try

    Moving under the posts is conventionally how you indicate to the crowd it is a penalty try, but you can whistle, deal with any potential flare up and then go under the posts.
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    [Law] Re: England v France - 24/4/2921

    I suppose they know all players are pushing the boundaries, but they have to choose which ones to police.
    But i do find it odd when a referee makes a mark, the kicker starts their run in front of...
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    [Law] Re: England v France - 24/4/2921

    Which reminds me of the incident we were discussing.
    As the ref had blown, it was an incorrectly taken kick. Under 7.3e it cannot be advantage so depending on the law book either a retake or scrum....
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    [Law] Re: England v France - 24/4/2921

    In my 2014 law book 21.3
    a Anu player may take a penalty or free kick with any type of kick ...
    b bouncing the ball off the knee is not taking a kick
    Sanction Any infringement by the kickers team...
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    [Law] Re: France v England - 30/4/2021

    I think the TMO suggested a red - I do wish the commentators would shut up when the TO4 are discussing sanctions - but the ref decided that it was only a yellow due to mitigating circumstances.
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    [Law] Re: England v France - 24/4/2921

    Watching it again, the ref clearly awards the penalty and the French play on. There is no kick, the nine picks up the ball now clear of the scrum and goes.

    Now in the professional men's game, she...
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    [Law] Re: England v France - 24/4/2921

    I think she might have believed she was continuing to play under advantage - so expect that as no advantage they would get the penalty.
  8. Thread: rewarding

    by Camquin
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    Re: rewarding

    I do not understand why referees permit scrums to continue if one of the props fails to bind correctly.
    It is a penalty offence and the other side is not going to get a better outcome.
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    Re: Championship - no citing?

    There is a citing officer and the interpretations are meant to be the same.
    See https://www.englandrugby.com/dxdam/75/7545d326-b001-403f-9b68-19c81961dceb/MaafuJerseyJudgmentApr21%28final%29.pdf...
  10. Thread: Law variations

    by Camquin
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    [Law] Law variations

    I note the Rainbow cup is going to start with the law variations, Captain's challenge, goal line drop out and red card replacement. I understand theee tried in Australia and new zealand - how did...
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    Re: Premiership relegation set to be suspended

    The three most recent clubs to join the Premiership are Bristol, Exeter and Worcester.
    Wasps have moved from London to Coventry.
    The other clubs that have played top flight rugby this millenia...
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    Re: Premiership relegation set to be suspended

    There are a lot of clubs in South West London due to the area being mainly market gardens which were losing business to produce arriving in London by train. So there was land that could be bought by...
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    Re: Premiership relegation set to be suspended

    They may determine that Saracens are the only side that can be promoted due to the others not havinga suitable grounds.

    Of course those condition will not include playing surface Sandy or should...
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    [Law] Neverending rugby?

    I was watching the Champions Cup quaterfinals. In the last one, one side was down by 8 with the clock in the red and were intent on keeping the ball alive in an attamp to score - which is all...
  15. Thread: PK moves

    by Camquin
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    Re: PK moves

    I would certainly have to think about whether there was obstruction by Black 4 and 5.
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    Re: France v Scotland

    So i f a lazy runner blocked the easy pass to a centre poised to score under the posts, forcing the 9 to go wide but still leading to a score in the corner -are we thinking PT?
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    Re: France v Scotland

    22.1
    Infringement Place of Penalty
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    While the ball is dead. At the point where play would have restarted
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    Re: France v Scotland

    I am not sure that he could award either a PT - as the ball was loose the Welsh player was going to have to score where he did.
    Similarly, I think that he can only award a penalty restart if the...
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    [Law] Re: Time to take a penalty.

    The question is not why do we have the law - it makes for proper rucks that permit competition, therefore suck in forwards and make space for the backs.
    It is why did referees give up on applying it?
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    Re: new Head Contact Process

    I think the process is good - but it should be in the law book. Though at least now the guidelines are on the same set of web pages and not hidden in a locked filing cabinet ....

    I also note it...
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    [Law] Re: Time to take a penalty.

    Space for the three quarters sounds like a good thing.
    How do we manage to get back to this?
  22. Thread: Exeter Quins

    by Camquin
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    [Law] Exeter Quins

    The incident where Townsend lifts Dombrant's legs, before he picked up the ball.
    This caused him to bobble the ball, but get the pass away and Quins dot down.
    Brought back for the knock on and a...
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    Re: England v France

    I think the thing is you may juggle the ball while completing a catch.
    But once you have the ball under control you may not then throw it forward - even if you catch it again.
    Timing is therefore...
  24. Re: Wales vs Eng - Knock on and Time back on after asking captain to speak to players

    Why should he give the offending time to get ready.
    If the ref had not needed to warn the offending captain that the next offence would be a card, the non-offending team can go quickly.
    Why does...
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    [Law] Re: Jumping or Diving Clarification required

    I have nothing against decision trees - but can we have them in the law book not in a secret folder in a filing cabinet marked beware of the leopard.
    As a backswood referee without team of three,...
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