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Re: Ask the Ref...
« Reply #300 on: February 21, 2016, 09:23:22 AM »
If it's unprovoked I'd say ring 999.

Unprovoked crossing? Didn't realise that was a criminal act?!!

Who were the 2 teams involved?

And yes if any damage as done to he player contact the Police.
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« Reply #301 on: February 27, 2016, 08:53:09 PM »
Hi Ref,

We had an incident today where an opposition flanker stood up in the scrum, grabbing our flanker and dragging him up into an upright position and proceeded to punch him repeatedly in the face.

The ref was stood on the same side and saw the whole thing. He did stop the game and spoke with the player, yet failed to give him yellow, let alone a red. It was in the first five minutes of the match so this fact perhaps entered into his decision making.

My question in relation to this is how do we cite the incident, and to whom. Our video analysist captured the incident so the footage proves beyond reasonable doubt that the incident occurred. Also do the citing committee at this level accept video footage?


Also there was another incident which occurred. The attacking team ball carrier was running at the last defender. The defender was moving in to make the tackle. However a support runner (to the ball carrier) was running an angled run across and over ran the ball carrier. In doing so crossed in front of the ball carrier and into the defender, taking him out and in doing so, allowed the ball carrier to score a try unopposed
In your opinion would this be at least crossing, let alone tackling a non ball carrying player?

Thanks

Having been prompted to read this today I am absolutely disgusted. Firstly the ref is a premiership referee, search his name he also referees international 7s tournaments. We play rugby. The comment to prosecute to police is absurd and disgusting. It wasn't unprovoked at all. I have a lot of respect for those players they are top lads who play hard rugby.  Part of me hopes this is a non playing member of their club that has aired this on a public forum. You should be ashamed
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Re: Ask the Ref...
« Reply #302 on: May 27, 2016, 09:26:15 AM »
Just watching hurricanes vs highlanders.

Highlanders tried a short 22 restart, man kicked and retrieved it himself.
The ball  didn't cross the line but his foot did as he regathered.
Whats the right call?
I'd say play on, but ref brought them back.
Or do the in field markings (ie22) not hold the same value as touch.

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« Reply #303 on: August 26, 2016, 08:35:34 AM »
Can any ref confirm the new laws this year please?  I thought I knew what they were and then the ref for our preseason friendly said the only law change was the driving maul and having to transfer it to the back.

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Re: Ask the Ref...
« Reply #304 on: September 01, 2016, 08:25:46 AM »
Details below

MAIN LAW AMENDMENTS: as per http://www.rugbydump.com/

More info can be found on the world rugby site -> http://www.worldrugby.org/news/165437


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Re: Ask the Ref...
« Reply #305 on: June 18, 2017, 11:22:57 PM »
Is anyone offering you refs a course so you can't be Jedi mind tricked into favouring sides desperate enough to listen to this seminar.  :D



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