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World Rugby law amendment
Discussion started by UnofficialEnglandRugby , 23 August, 2019 16:46
World Rugby law amendment
UnofficialEnglandRugby 23 August, 2019 16:46
World Rugby has made a law amendment after George North scored a try while England were down to 13 men to help Wales to victory on Saturday.

North's try came after England's Anthony Watson was sent off and before a head injury replacement for Willi Heinz had come on.

The amendment states that play can only restart once temporary replacement players are on the field.

The change comes less than a month before the Rugby World Cup in Japan.

Wales became world number one after the 13-6 win and begin their World Cup campaign against Georgia on 23 September, while England's first match is against Tonga on 22 September.


[www.bbc.co.uk]

Re: World Rugby law amendment
Tigersfan1 24 August, 2019 22:41
It took a mess up by a poor referee to highlight that it wasn’t already in the laws, for most people I have spoken to or heard from anyway.

Re: World Rugby law amendment
Luddite 18 September, 2019 20:24
Better late thqn never.


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