TweetThere was considerable discussion of the penalty try and yellow card in the match between the Stormers and the Sharks on Saturday….writes SA Rugby Referees There was lots of upset people with the decision. South […]
Tweet World Rugby has announced that a number of minor amendments and closed law trials will come into effect in 2016. A number of minor law amendments approved and announced in September will come into […]
TweetReferees do not make laws but they are required to apply those others have made……by: Rugby365 In Sydney the Waratahs were penalised five metres from their line. Lima Sopoaga, the Highlanders’ flyhalf must, shaped to […]
TweetThere are so many opinions on dangerous play in the world of rugby, which include hitting a player, stamping on a player, kicking a player and the dangerous “Tip Tackle” (Spear Tackle). By: Jacques Nortier […]
TweetTop retired referee Jonathan Kaplan has called on referees to stamp out the illegal tactic of holding players back in rugby games as he spoke to SuperSport. Much of the attention these past few days […]
TweetDuring the 50th minute of the Vodacom Super Rugby clash between the Reds and the Brumbies at the Suncorp Stadium In Brisbane on Friday, a strange thing happened. Source: SuperSport Reds scrumhalf Wil Genia dived […]
TweetHurricanes coach Mark Hammett has dubbed the Bulls deadly rolling mauls from lineouts as ”totally illegal”, but says there will be no pre-match approach to the referee or post-match whinge.
Tweet Rugby se skrums is voortdurend onder die soeklig en’n vooraanstaande afrigter voel dat nóg ‘n verandering dadelik gemaak moet word.
Tweet“In New Zealand, from a young age you are taught how to destabilise a scrum.” – Edward Pye, a Roar pro on The Roar.
TweetWaar is Brendan Venter? Hoekom sit een van die land se heel beste rugbybreine op die kantlyn?
Tweet IRB is to ditch the current “yes, nine” scrum call in favour of a non-verbal, pre-agreed instruction. This change will take place with immediate effect, and is being introduced at all levels of the game […]
TweetNew Zealand achievements were rivalled for attention and at times even overshadowed by the TMO and refereeing incompetence that blighted 2013.
TweetThe more they change the laws, the bigger the mess – with referees and TMO’s making their own contributions.