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  1. [Tackle] Re: South African schoolboy rugby viral tackle video

    Hence the 'supposed' :smile:
  2. [Tackle] Re: South African schoolboy rugby viral tackle video

    I think that's a good starting point (maybe not for a ruck where you are supposed to be on your feet when joining) for reckless play
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    Re: Quins v Worcs: Noah Heward YC

    As Ian says, there is no argument about the refereeing of the incident, but the Quins FB is clearly jumping as high as possible to give himself as much time and protection as possible. I doubt that...
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    [Law] Re: "Why the **** did you do that?"

    I agree, but I suspect it was a one-off and nothing to get too worried about.
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    Re: These goal line dropouts

    Assuming these law changes were made with the professional game uppermost, I agree that it's to get rid of scrums which, at this level, are less a way to re-start after a minor infringement, but...
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    [Law] Re: "Why the **** did you do that?"

    [QUOTE=thepercy;375823]Your logic would mean that you could never return the ball to a scrum as the scrum has ended when the ball left the scrum, and 19.38.d could never happen.

    Perhaps the...
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    [Law] Re: "Why the **** did you do that?"

    That's not what the scrum half is doing. It's not a knock-on either. There's nothing to stop a player putting the ball down on the ground is there? Tackled players sometimes do this so that they can...
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    [Law] Re: "Why the **** did you do that?"

    Must be a penalty. Scrum's over. Everyone in the scrum is offside.
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    [Law] Re: 50/22 from a FK

    You do wonder what process they follow? As you can see here, it doesn't take too many referees to road test law amendments
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    Re: 'Rugby greats' letter

    FAO Ian Cook,

    Does the lack of civil liability in New Zealand for many personal injuries mean that the impact of collisions are less of a LEGAL (as opposed to a welfare) issue in New Zealand? Or...
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    Re: 'Rugby greats' letter

    Unfortunately you can only access the first two pages of each chapter for free. There looks like an interesting section on concussion too.

    Head injuries could be an existential threat to rugby....
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    Re: 'Rugby greats' letter

    Hi Ian,

    No, of course not. This is exactly what I want to avoid.

    As ever, I should have been clearer. I am not against replacements for injury, but we should seek to limit avoidable injuries....
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    Re: 'Rugby greats' letter

    I'm surprised how narrow this conversation is. The impact of head injuries is not going to go away across all collision sports. It's not rocket science. Momentum = mass x velocity (speed) and Force =...
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    Re: Focus for Changes

    I suppose both want to make money?

    For CVC, is rugby that risky an investment? It's basically about the value of TV rights which will probably rise as global interest in rugby increases. For some...
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    Re: Focus for Changes

    I'm pretty sure CVC care about winning
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    Re: Focus for Changes

    It is all very well saying apply the laws as they are written, but it is very difficult. A scrum half has to throw the ball into the scrum. It mustn't hit the ground outside the tunnel , but front...
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    Re: Focus for Changes

    [QUOTE=didds;375299]I saw something on twitter last nigght that may be worth breaking down - though it has one HUGE caveat...

    Instead of PKs etc any failed scrum is a reset only. No PKs, No FKs. ...
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    Re: Springboks v Lions

    You are probably right insofar as there aren't too many players who can do what Dan Biggar does, but many a catcher will get clattered by someone following up a kick. At junior level we used to coach...
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    Re: Springboks v Lions

    That's 21.1.a ie where a player touches down while holding the ball. 21.1.b is what's relevant here? Or I'm missing the point?
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    [7's/10's] Re: Reffing

    Take a couple of jerseys. I had a pink one and one team turned up in Breast Cancer T-shirts
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    Re: Springboks v Lions

    Law 21.1 The ball can be grounded in in-goal:

    a. By holding it and touching the ground with it; or
    b. By pressing down on it with a hand or hands, arm or arms, or the front of the player’s body...
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    Re: Springboks v Lions

    Well said didds. All the Euro 2020 football VAR was done from a central location in Lyon (I think)
  23. [Law] Re: When and why the intentional knock-on rule was added to the rugby laws?

    :smile:
  24. [Law] Re: When and why the intentional knock-on rule was added to the rugby laws?

    Hi crossref. I wouldn't go so far as suggesting it's a tactic, but I do think it makes more sense for defenders to wrap late to avoid this. In these situations the potential tackler is rarely in a...
  25. [Law] Re: When and why the intentional knock-on rule was added to the rugby laws?

    I was, but I was really talking about the tackle as the ball player is passing, not while still in their hands. When I was playing, you wouldn't have attempted a pass in those circumstances....
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