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    [Ruck] Re: Am I Jackaling Legally? (Confused Player)

    Assuming they are on the wrong side they have to leave the tackle area and re enter from their own side.
    i.e. they cannot stay in the tackle area and just swivel round or move through the tackle...
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    [Ruck] Re: Am I Jackaling Legally? (Confused Player)

    It means under law you are classed as an "other" player, however you still have obligations like a tackler to release, move away and enter through the gate before jackling the ball.

    PLAYERS IN A...
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    Re: These goal line dropouts

    We have to wear Society kit for appointments as well as turn up in Society jackets. This is due to the sponsorship that paid for them.

    I see many Society refs wearing their Society shirts for...
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    [Ruck] Re: Am I Jackaling Legally? (Confused Player)

    Agree with all the above.
    1. Hands on floor past the ball. Potential PK Off Feet
    2. No clear release. Potential PK Not releasing.
    3. Hands on floor and tackler not rolling away giving you an...
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    [Tackle] Re: South African schoolboy rugby viral tackle video

    For me once the tackler launched himself horizontally at the kicker he was no longer in a position to do anything to mitigate injury or risk. He can't pull out, he can't change his height, it's a...
  6. Thread: Line out maul

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    Re: Line out maul

    Well the team that wins the ball really, you can't be in a position to receive a ball that the opposition jumper has under control.
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    Re: Where are you this weekend - 2021/22?

    Working last Saturday at Tigers, great win over Exeter.

    Next Saturday L7, Midlands 2
    Leek v Tamworth
    Two unknown teams to me, so an open book.
    :hap:
  8. Thread: Line out maul

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    Re: Line out maul

    Penalty for leaving the lineout or penalty for a flying wedge/too many latchers/mini scrum
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    Re: Line out maul

    Ha ha, did he mention which side were likely to leave the line-out first? My money would be on the throwing side to ensure the maul is in place when the catcher returns to the deck but I guess he...
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    Re: Line out maul

    This came up at our training day with C M-K

    Advice was that if Red don't engage, there's nearly always someone that steps back, so that's the first offence, leaving the lineout early.
    If they do...
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    [Law] Re: Age Grade Variations

    echo, echo, echo...
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    [Law] Re: Age Grade Variations

    That document only applied until the end of August.
    It was an interim set of instruction prior to full rugby coming back.
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    Re: Bledisloe 3 - the sacrifice of the...

    I just don't get Ian's argument.
    If I am on a swing and I kick my legs forward then my legs go up and my body goes back.
    The opposite of what Ian's suggesting.
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    Re: Bledisloe 3 - the sacrifice of the...

    Thumbs up to that.
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    [Line out] Re: Asking for Numbers

    Personally I have never given a FK for numbers, I have always managed it.

    There is always some reason you can stop play and use that time to get them to sort the numbers out.

    Peep. Gentlemen,...
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    Re: New law signals

    Clearout on the legs....im going side entry as this almost always precedes it, although I'm not expecting to see this at my level.

    GLD, watching it on tv they have adopted standing on the GL and...
  17. Thread: 50/22 no good

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    Re: 50/22 no good

    I watched Tigers v Dragons on Saturday.

    I think there were one or two GLDs which were regathered by the other team and run back towards the goal line, providing exactly the change of attack...
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    Re: Where are you this weekend - 2021/22?

    Trip down to Devon on Saturday, followed by a Bank Holiday weekend away with the wife in Dartmouth.

    Brixham v Combined Service Barbarians charity match for the RNLI.

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  19. Thread: 50/22 from a FK

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    [Law] Re: 50/22 from a FK

    Chopper.
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    [Law] Re: 50/22 from a FK

    Question from my presentation last night.

    So can you get a 50/22 from a Mark?

    Since a Mark is a FK and you can get a 50/22 from a FK the answer must be yes (a Mark is not a restart under the...
  21. Thread: 50/22 from a FK

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    [Law] Re: 50/22 from a FK

    A sensible set of questions from SRU with unambiguous answers. :wow:

    Any chance you could post the whole FAQ for all the trials?
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    [Law] Re: 50/22 from a FK

    But in OBs scenario the scrum was awarded in Reds half, so play is already in Reds half. No one has taken the ball back into the half so why do you need a phase of play before a 50/22 can be...
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    [Law] Re: 50/22 from a FK

    I see your L6 ref and Trump you my L1 ref. Who said the "phase of play" bit only applies if the ball is taken back in the half.

    In your scenario the play started in Reds half so why would you...
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    Re: GLTs and Age Grade Rugby

    To clarify this statement:



    What they mean is that last years U14s, who are U15s for this season; but are sticking to the U14s rules until January, will not as a result use the GLTs until they...
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    GLTs and Age Grade Rugby

    The RFU have confirmed that the GLT's will apply to U15 and above.

    U15s will use the GLT's from January.
    U16 upwards from now.

    LINK HERE



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