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  1. The TJ should have reported the incident to the ref who should have had the person removed or abandoned the game If you don't clamp down on the sort of abuse described then it will quickly become the norm and eventually escalate
  2. It never used to but to be honest scrums are now what they are and with the "feeding" which is allowed it won't be an issue
  3. If you have 2 sent off you can go down to 4 in the scrum but in the old days you woukd lose every scrum as they were contested etc
  4. You can have no more than 6 in the scrum and no more than 7 outside the scrum. The choice is yours
  5. Presumably they will share what they are doing right with all their fellow clubs and with the Governing Body so that the sport's profile can increase?
  6. Bearing in mind that it should never have got to this stage and that the council were being evasive to say the least then I would give them no benefit of the doubt in this instance
  7. Do they run reserve Mascots? If not that's an even bigger disgrace
  8. He will be telling us next that Father Christmas isn't real
  9. Sorry I misunderstood. The cases I've highlighted are for high tackles or striking
  10. You can also filter by club which can bring up some interesting findings
  11. It is but it was to stop mission creep etc.
  12. Not allowed to have input into the decision as per current protocols
  13. 2008, 2009 & 2015 Use the Advanced Search facility and enter "Charged"
  14. Four? 1 ref and 2 TJs. The former may well have missed it as it as so late? The reason for a lack of sending offs may well be the perceived lack of support if they get one incorrect after all there have been a number of instances recently where there has been a lack of support for referees resulting in them quitting etc