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New laws 2017-18 season
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25 September, 2017 14:44
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/10/2017 08:45 by Powick Eastander.

 
Day tripper
Re: New laws 2017-18 season
Day tripper (IP Logged)
27 September, 2017 13:36
Did they not introduce the law about kicking to touch after the final whistle.
If a penalty occurs the kick can go to touch after the whistle and the lineout must be taken. It must be tapped first before kicking to touch if the lineout is not wanted.
Did i dream this one or did it just not come in.

 
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Re: New laws 2017-18 season
TeflonTed (IP Logged)
27 September, 2017 14:03
No, you're quite correct. If a penalty is awarded and a subsequent kick direct to touch is taken, then the play remains live and the lineout will take place, even if the match clock has gone red.

If the team benefiting from the penalty wish to end to the match they can take a quick tap, which takes the penalty, and then kick the ball dead. Game over!

 
worcestawarrior
Re: New laws 2017-18 season
worcestawarrior (IP Logged)
27 September, 2017 21:19
Where is the ruling that you can't play the ball to deliberately make it dead by having a foot in touch

 
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Re: New laws 2017-18 season
TeflonTed (IP Logged)
27 September, 2017 22:39
Quote:
worcestawarrior
Where is the ruling that you can't play the ball to deliberately make it dead by having a foot in touch

Don't know, but it'll be in [laws.worldrugby.org] somewhere!


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