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    Thinking further about this comment from the judicial review, it says that he is entitled to act dangerously/riskily in order to help himself.

    Surely he should be trying to avoid hurting others? Sticking his leg out was a voluntary act, not an involuntary one.
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    It reinforces my point. Jordie was saving himself at someone else's expense. That may be "instinctive", but he created the situation and is therefore responsible for it. Players should be discouraged from such actions.

    (In this case it was not really "self preservation" - there was no real danger to Jordie.)
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    Default Re: Bledisloe 3 - the sacrifice of the...

    just bumping this. Jordi Barrett receiving the first KO vs. Springboks. Very similar technique (foot in air). Will post from YouTube once available
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    Default Re: Bledisloe 3 - the sacrifice of the...

    Not quite the first kick off but I'd suggest Jordi needs some jumping training from the experts who got him off the last "accidental" foot up.

    4:55 on the video timer https://youtu.be/6imyND287jg and a replay at around 5:50
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    Default Re: Bledisloe 3 - the sacrifice of the...

    https://youtu.be/6imyND287jg?t=821

    Must be catching. Vermeulen at it also (had an earlier one also but leg lift not so pronounced).

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    Default Re: Bledisloe 3 - the sacrifice of the...

    How would it work out if all players were not allowed to jump for a high ball. It would need a new skill set to be developed, make it safer and easier to contest. We would not be loosing a particularly valued skill, when have I said "Wow, brilliant jump"? Its only a jump, a jump which can injure players, injure the jumping players, and is hard to police. So, if we banned the jump, how would it play out?

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    So how are unravelling this one? Personally I think two red cards (only blue got one, yet to have the disciplinary / any other citing) others are claiming blue’s actions are as a result of where Red put his foot ��*♂️

    https://youtu.be/-2SVGoHWArY

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    Yes thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flish View Post
    So how are unravelling this one? Personally I think two red cards (only blue got one, yet to have the disciplinary / any other citing) others are claiming blue’s actions are as a result of where Red put his foot ��*♂️

    https://youtu.be/-2SVGoHWArY
    Red for the red player for mine, that looked like a definite kick rather than accidental raise and on the neck/head. The lifting tackle probably deserves a card too as there was a lifting action after contact was made although the tackler would have some mitigation given he would probably be a bit rocked by what just happened. And a PK/warning for the Red player who pretty clearly obstructed at the start of that interaction!
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    Default Re: Bledisloe 3 - the sacrifice of the...

    Quote Originally Posted by Flish View Post
    So how are unravelling this one? Personally I think two red cards (only blue got one, yet to have the disciplinary / any other citing) others are claiming blue’s actions are as a result of where Red put his foot ��*♂️

    https://youtu.be/-2SVGoHWArY
    Two RC for me. Red lifted their foot and made contact with the head. Blue lifted the player and effectively dropped him on his head/neck.

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