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So with all the emotional from the air disappear I take another look to yesterdays games. First up Ireland. Now all week we read about in the papers how Ireland better NZ at the breakdown. And a lot of complaining from Ireland about the rules at th
Dunno if this has already been covered on here but.... http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/rugby-union/18619505 Summary: IRB LAW CHANGES Law 16 : Ruck 16.7 Unsuccessful end to a ruck. Five seconds to play the ball from the back of the ruck.
I found these explanations and clips on the SA referees website and though it would be educational for all of us as to various laws. These are two clips discussing law 15, side entry into the ruck and how they were interpreted and whether they were correc
Has anyone else noticed how Saracens almost make a train of three or even more players backwards from the original place of the ruck and then roll it back though the legs so the SH can box kick with no pressure. Surely if it's wrong to have blockers then
The key factors for any team on attack is space, patience, skill, execution, speed, unpredictability, clean quick ball and teamwork. The key factors for defence is organisation, communication, patience, discipline, aggression, formation and obviously
Brian Moore has just tweeted that the IRB are to introduce a new 5 sec law for keeping the ball at the back of a ruck. What are people's thoughts/opinions on this ? Slow balls infuriates me - should give Philip's a kick up the arse