Law discussion: Similar but different, Part 2
I was wrong when we discussed the similarities and differences in the treatment of a ball knocked overthrew in-goal boundaries. By Paul Dobson, Moonsport.
Law discussion: Similar but different
Same sort of teams, similar incidents but different referees and different outcomes. It makes you wonder. By Paul Dobson, Moonsport.
Law discussion: Yellow-card advantage
It is normal in rugby football for a team to get an advantage when their opponents lose a man to the sin bin. In this case, the opposite was true. By Paul Dobson, Moonsport.
Law discussion: A made-up law?
The laws of rugby football are drawn up by a consortium of wise men at World Rugby, which is a name change for the International Rugby Board, founded in 1886, for the express purpose of drawing up laws for the whole of the rugby union world. By Paul Dobson, Moonsport.