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  1. Thread: 50:22

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    [Law] Re: 50:22

    Plus line-out and scrum on halfway line backwards (as long as ball does not cross into the other half).
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    [In-goal] Re: Goal line DO vs Scrum 5

    FTFY.
  3. Thread: Tights

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    Re: Tights

    What I do in the evening is my business.
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    [In-goal] Re: Goal line DO vs Scrum 5

    👍 until WR (ha!) or RFU issue general direction.
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    [In-goal] Re: Goal line DO vs Scrum 5

    If that is your definition of consistency ...

    It is certainly not wholly consistent, and thus can lead, as so amply shown by Decorily, to an incorrect conclusion and possibly decision.
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    [In-goal] Re: Goal line DO vs Scrum 5

    Congratulations World Rugby! Laws 12.12a and 21.16 are not consistent.

    Given that 12.12a as written can be considered as a sub-set of 21.16, and does not state 'an attacking player only', and...
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    [In-goal] Re: Goal line DO vs Scrum 5

    The maul has ended successfully by going into In Goal and ceasing to be a maul. So the judgement moves onto when it is successfully 'held up'.
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    Re: Where are you this weekend - 2021/22?

    Black boots no longer de rigeur (unless of a certain age).

    But I do like my older Canterbury boots - e.g. Speed Pro 3 which are almost black.
  9. Thread: 50:22

    by chbg
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    [Law] Re: 50:22

    It is the same criteria that we have been using for a 22 gain-in-ground for how many years?
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    [Tackle] Re: South African schoolboy rugby viral tackle video

    If the SH had not been off the ground his head would have been taken off by that.

    Anyway Pietersea pleaded guilty and expressed remorse. Or at least he couldn't find an expert witness' evidence...
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    Re: Quins v Worcs: Noah Heward YC

    So why should Q15 have to reach above his head to catch the ball whilst keeping his feet on the ground, thus exposing his open chest to a tackle? I was jumping off the ground to catch a kick off in...
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    Re: Where are you this weekend - 2021/22?

    Hampshire began last weekend; Dorset & Wilts this weekend. Probably a Regional calendar.
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    Re: These goal line dropouts

    Some of them have the same perspective about the Laws!
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    [Ruck] Re: Am I Jackaling Legally? (Confused Player)

    Page 1 of http://assets.usarugby.org/docs/refereeing/USARR-GMG.pdf?v=1632196894774 is how the breakdown in USA should be played and refereed.
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    Re: These goal line dropouts

    Stu, you will have realised that the 'society' ref had not read up on his RFU Under 14 Regs (Reg 15 Appendix 8), which are actually a very good description of hos the game is to be played, presumably...
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    Re: These goal line dropouts

    1- Not below Under 15 Regulations in RFU. (So that's Under 16 age group until 31 Dec.)

    2.Yes - the 'sanction line' is the 5m. (For 22DO the sanction line is the 22.)
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    Re: Bledisloe 3 - the sacrifice of the...

    Has any-one actually seen / read the judiciary decision?

    I have been present at a court case when the defence produced an expert witness who addressed a perspective not foreseen by the...
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    Re: an idea from her-indoors

    Some matches last just over 80 minutes of playing time; some last much more until the ball is dead without a PK or FK. So your inconsistency is consistent.
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    [Law] Re: "Why the **** did you do that?"

    The first offence, I hope, is a knock-on when the SH put the ball back in the scrum. Alternatively, in some people's English, the SH has brought the ball back into the scrum, so it is a FK.

    All...
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    [Law] Re: Age Grade Variations

    Jz558, your details do not state which Society membership you hold. Presumably within RFU?

    The navel/belly-button tackle height is mainly being trialed in 1000+ Association of Colleges matches. ...
  21. Thread: Line out maul

    by chbg
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    Re: Line out maul

    There has been some discussion elsewhere that it does not apply after a line-out. The Law definition of a Flying Wedge states, in the usual WR form: An illegal type of attack, which usually happens...
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    [Law] Re: Can you have a quick goal line drop out?

    Good fitness!

    The easy one - the GLDO has to cross the 5m line ('the sanction line'). Thus it may have to travel more than 5m to achieve that if not kicked directly up the field.

    Normal...
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    Re: an idea from her-indoors

    I think that is also happens in Ice Hockey - termed Power Play?

    Not our sport.

    What is a 'score' - is a Penalty Goal to be ranked the same as a a Penalty Try?
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    [Law] Re: Age Grade Variations

    It was linked in a recent weekly update. Not at all clear for when it applies, but the document title has a bit of a clue:
    Age Grade Adapted Contact 15s - v1 Jul 21.pdf

    There must be some form...
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    [Line out] Re: Asking for Numbers

    Fully agree.
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