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.
Law discussion: Crotty´s try
The score between South Africa and New Zealand at Newlands on Saturday was 3-3 when a try was awarded to New Zealand, scored by Ryan Crotty. By Paul Dobson, Moonsport.
Law discussion: Stay away from lightning, boys
For the second Saturday in a row, a top rugby match in South Africa was stopped because of the weather. By Paul Dobson, Moonsport.
Law discussion: Grabbed by the hair
Just before half-time in the match between South Africa and Australia in Bloemfontein, there was an incident that provoked a great outburst of emotion. By Paul Dobson, Moonsport.