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    https://twitter.com/btsportrugby/status/1355902460309725184?s=20

    Interesting one here.

    What do you think the correct outcome should be?

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    PK (and therefore PT) for tackler not releasing
    PK to defence for ball carrier not releasing
    Scrum 5 held up

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    Default Re: Danny Care Try

    Link not working for me.

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    Decision was correct for me and well explained. Good contest, try.
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    Can a tackle occur in-goal? According to the definitions tackles occur in the field of play. If there is no tackle, there is no need to release.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buff View Post
    Can a tackle occur in-goal? According to the definitions tackles occur in the field of play. If there is no tackle, there is no need to release.
    i agree. They are in goal, so no need to release. the quesiton is how long you let them wrestle bfore calling 'held up'

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    Default Re: Danny Care Try

    At no point was he properly held up in any way, and he got the ball down, so try. Close mind

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    I certainly would have blown up earlier and awarded 'held up '..... partly because I feel he was held up but also to avoid a pile of arriving players getting involved.

    Would I have been wrong? Possibly!

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    For me they never stopped moving, he was nearly held but just managed to place it down as the momentum was ceasing

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    Quote Originally Posted by buff View Post
    Can a tackle occur in-goal? According to the definitions tackles occur in the field of play. If there is no tackle, there is no need to release.
    14.1 A tackle can take place anywhere in the field of play.

    "Field of play" should obviously be "playing area" (see Definitions). We have all seen tackles take place in in-goal - how else to stop a player running round behind the posts every time?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OB.. View Post
    14.1 A tackle can take place anywhere in the field of play.

    "Field of play" should obviously be "playing area" (see Definitions). We have all seen tackles take place in in-goal - how else to stop a player running round behind the posts every time?
    You mean we have all seen 'things' that look like tackles take place ingoal....but they are technically not tackles!
    Similar to maul like 'things'...they are not mauls.

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