The discussion continued for most of the week, and we all watched the video.
How far was Romain Entmac’s pass from Antoine DuPont to France’s first attempt against Ireland? The reality is that he has not moved forward, and this is why.
Many passes are caught long before the pass is delivered – it all depends on the physical law of relative speed, as the ball moves through the air as the passer moves forward.
If the ball carrier stops or pushes back, their pass will go forward, but will not, although the referees will sometimes be deceived and blow the whistle incorrectly. Ntmack is shot in his passion, and that’s where you find the misconception, the myth; If he had continued to run there would have been little talk about it. Those who suspect Thomas should watch the rugby pass video on YouTube.
Imagine that when Ireland face England, Joey Carberry takes a similar break to give Jameson the same inside pass that Gibson-Park tried to win. I’m going to collect so many pounds for a penny, we’re all going to panic, the referee’s head is asking for a plate, and we’re right.
We have seen other experiments with laws, some of which need to be discussed. When Dan Sheehan miraculously lifted France’s Melvin Jaminet above the Irish goal line, the on-field referee’s decision was ‘no try’ and the penalty was confirmed as there was no clear evidence that the ball had touched the ground in the replays. There is.
So, instead of a five-yard attacking scramble against France, the goal-line abandonment came again and the ball was handed over to Ireland to clear their lines, an undisputed possession. It was a great reward for an effort saved entry. Designed to discourage continuous pick-and-drive, it also saves time by avoiding another annoying annoyance of the scooter, which is certainly one of the thoughts behind this imitation rugby league law, and C itself is a sad story.
Then, according to Rule 50:22, the attacking team kicks from their own half, dribbles the ball and gets a throw-in to the line-out. He gets a lot of support – teams need to build their defense on the backfield to prevent this kick, which gives the opposition more room to attack.
I’m not sure teams have always gone down to cover these kinds of kicks, even if it’s their own shot, and they don’t want to have a deep lineup on their own 22nd.
It seems wrong to reward a team for throwing the ball out of bounds, and it contradicts the principles of the well-written card of the game, which tells us that the team throwing the ball outside the boundary is denied a throw, and the logical reason is that they failed to maintain the continuity of the game.
The subsequent lineout is often followed by another mole, which is very difficult to defend and ends in an attempt. Everything seems out of proportion, and this writer likes to see one, more runs and passes, not more bumps.
There is always a rule that players must not fall on the ball when it comes out of the scrum or break. It’s already clear, they can do it when the ball rolls to a meter. Um, of course, yes, I know this, why it’s something known in advance. The result is that if the ball goes out, but narrowly, the only option is to pick it up; In the heat of battle, when Josh van der Flier and England’s Tom Curry reach breakneck speed, this meter is hard to rate.
In a recent School Cup match, a yard was generously taken for what it was before a crucial attempt. It was unfair to question the referee on the speed and intensity of the game, but it showed just how difficult things can be.
Few players enthusiastically accept safety tests. The ball carrier can no longer be caught by a teammate on either side of him, like a kind of flying corner, and now more than one catch is not allowed, he must stand. Tacklers should be very grateful not to face the upcoming three hundred pound mass. The five-meter attack penalty for touching and driving will be next on the security agenda.
Recently, we saw horrendous ACL injuries in players trying to catch the ball, finally offering some protection; Although they may still be out of the rack, it is now a criminal offense to target their lower limbs.
The offside law is not new, but it has received a lot of attention. When Hugo Keenan hit from within his 22-yard line in the past, all the other Irish players in front of him were offside, and Keenan could not move forward until he overtook them, which is fair.
However, when the referee suddenly blows the whistle, penalizing a player again in front of his posts, and the opponent now in possession is more than 20 meters away, we have seen almost annoying penalties. It is difficult to see the physical effect of the alleged violation; We may have common sense instead of a very strict approach.
The reason for this very strict interpretation is to make sure that as much space as possible is kept, which is clearly an undeniable requirement, and the teams get the message across. But as it gets worse, the word lopsided comes up, and one can expect that one of those penalties will not decide a game in the title race. The problem is that it did.
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