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    Default Re: Bath Vs Wasps 8.1.21

    Quote Originally Posted by Dickie E View Post
    but none of those are defined in the good book
    yes, but standardised and widespread ---- and useful

    there are a lot of signals widely used, but not in the book.

    'play on' I think is very useful, let's everyone know that you did see [whatever it was] and judged no offence. Builds confidence (as opposed to remaining schtum and leaving them guessing)
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    Default Re: Bath Vs Wasps 8.1.21

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    yes, but standardised and widespread ---- and useful

    I just discovered my problem, I don't speak English like you. Our use of standard if different.

    Those "signals" you mention, I would call prompts. And they are not "standardised", they are commonplace. Standardised to me would be codified or approved by some authority.

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    there are a lot of signals widely used, but not in the book.
    The signals for rugby refs are codified, your "signals" are clues or guidance. I used "signals" in my previous color use post as mock the suggestion of a standard signal for off side. Poor tactic on my part.


    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    yes, but standardised and widespread ---- and useful
    How do you know they are widespread? They may well be, but I doubt "play on" is used in Argentina

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Kurt Weaver View Post
    I just discovered my problem, I don't speak English like you. Our use of standard if different.

    Those "signals" you mention, I would call prompts. And they are not "standardised", they are commonplace. Standardised to me would be codified or approved by some authority.



    The signals for rugby refs are codified, your "signals" are clues or guidance. I used "signals" in my previous color use post as mock the suggestion of a standard signal for off side. Poor tactic on my part.




    How do you know they are widespread? They may well be, but I doubt "play on" is used in Argentina
    The play on "signal" is the same as that used in (pinched from) Association Football so I'd suspect if it's not used in Argentina then it would be recognised if it was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Lifeson-Peart View Post
    The play on "signal" is the same as that used in (pinched from) Association Football so I'd suspect if it's not used in Argentina then it would be recognised if it was.
    tocar or jugar

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    tocar or jugar
    I doubt they would use ‘tocar’ even in Argentina because it is used in the context of playing music. Even ‘play the whistle’ would be stretching things!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balones View Post
    I doubt they would use ‘tocar’ even in Argentina because it is used in the context of playing music. Even ‘play the whistle’ would be stretching things!
    yep, I understand the Argentines would probably use the standardised and widespread "play on" "signal".

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    Default Re: Bath Vs Wasps 8.1.21

    Luke Pearce today, signalling line out still in progress by holding both arms in the air, like a 'six' signal in cricket ..

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    Default Re: Bath Vs Wasps 8.1.21

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    Luke Pearce today, signalling line out still in progress by holding both arms in the air, like a 'six' signal in cricket ..
    Yup, and seen similar in other games, far more positive signals to hold the back line, and I’d argue for longer too, been a few mauls on the LOT that have have the backs held back longer than normal - so something they’re focussing on.

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    Default Re: Bath Vs Wasps 8.1.21

    Quote Originally Posted by Not Kurt Weaver View Post
    I'm wrong there are five signals

    ENDING A LINEOUT

    The lineout ends when:
    The ball or a player in possession of the ball:

    leaves the lineout
    ; or

    enters the area between the touchline and the five-metre line; or

    goes beyond the 15-metre line.




    A ruck or maul forms and all of the feet of all of the players in the ruck or maul move beyond the mark of touch.
    The ball becomes unplayable.

    Or perhaps we can continue to hold their hand and put the offside onus on the ref
    None of those are signals.

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    Default Re: Bath Vs Wasps 8.1.21

    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wakeham View Post
    None of those are signals.
    Righto, they are cues. Signals are not necessary

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