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    Kick At Goal - Ball Over Top Of Post

    Would Law 22.4(b) apply to your feet?
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    Kick At Goal - Ball Over Top Of Post

    Would Law 22.4(b) apply to your feet?
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    [Line out] Two Elevators on the same Line Out team

    If the pod lifts as normal, and the receiver takes a run up starting as the ball is thrown, leaping up to the hands of the jumper, perhaps with an assist from another player in the lineout?
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    [Line out] Two Elevators on the same Line Out team

    If the pod lifts as normal, and the receiver takes a run up starting as the ball is thrown, leaping up to the hands of the jumper, perhaps with an assist from another player in the lineout?
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    [Tackle] Player lifted, legs beyond the horizontal

    Clarification 5/2005 was subsequently incorporated into Law as 10.4(j). The Clarification makes very clear that the act is only dangerous play when the player is dropped or speared: The act of lifting an opponent off his feet in a tackle AND dropping or 'spearing' that player so that his...
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    [Tackle] Player lifted, legs beyond the horizontal

    Clarification 5/2005 was subsequently incorporated into Law as 10.4(j). The Clarification makes very clear that the act is only dangerous play when the player is dropped or speared: The act of lifting an opponent off his feet in a tackle AND dropping or 'spearing' that player so that his...
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    Super Rugby Final

    Cricket.
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    Super Rugby Final

    Cricket.
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    How do we feel about this decision

    I'm trying to be. Erm; that is precisely the problem we have here. WR has decided that it is certain that a standing player is playing dangerously when jumped into by a jumping player. That is not the way it looks to a spectator. No. I say he's entitled to catch the ball without having...
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    How do we feel about this decision

    I'm trying to be. Erm; that is precisely the problem we have here. WR has decided that it is certain that a standing player is playing dangerously when jumped into by a jumping player. That is not the way it looks to a spectator. No. I say he's entitled to catch the ball without having...
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    How do we feel about this decision

    So if the catcher had done a little hop, so that the running player hits him in the air, he doesn't get a YC? Going back to basics, in this case the running player is launching his knees head height at a standing player. Whatever you say about how the standing player should be YC'd for...
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    How do we feel about this decision

    So if the catcher had done a little hop, so that the running player hits him in the air, he doesn't get a YC? Going back to basics, in this case the running player is launching his knees head height at a standing player. Whatever you say about how the standing player should be YC'd for...
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    Australia v England 3rd test - unusual occurences

    What did the Aussie skipper say to NO about it?
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    Australia v England 3rd test - unusual occurences

    What did the Aussie skipper say to NO about it?
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    [INTERNATIONAL] Australia v England

    Reading that article; Rolland got his call on Foley's (very clear on TMO) obstruction of Farrell wrong, which rather undermines his other criticisms of Joubert.
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    [INTERNATIONAL] Australia v England

    Reading that article; Rolland got his call on Foley's (very clear on TMO) obstruction of Farrell wrong, which rather undermines his other criticisms of Joubert.
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    [INTERNATIONAL] North v South 11 June

    Can we include the Saxons? Pretty please?
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    [INTERNATIONAL] North v South 11 June

    Can we include the Saxons? Pretty please?
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    [Law] Penalty & kicking tea

    Agree; although refs across this thread have said they'll take the captain's indication. It's tucked into his waistband at the back right. Big red thing. If he's trying to fool the opposition into believing it's a kick at goal, but get away with the crossfield kick for a try, the last...
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    [Law] Penalty & kicking tea

    Agree; although refs across this thread have said they'll take the captain's indication. It's tucked into his waistband at the back right. Big red thing. If he's trying to fool the opposition into believing it's a kick at goal, but get away with the crossfield kick for a try, the last...