Why on earth is this in the rugby union law book? Is it there just to ensure that the laws of the game are too complex for even the best human minds?
rugby365 law expert Paul Dobson looks at Springbok flank Francois Louw's try against France which should have been awarded but was disallowed by the TMO.
Last weekend was a ragged one in Test rugby - a plethora of sanctionary cards, ridiculously poor playing surfaces and much time spent waiting for the TMO.
England's winning try against Australia at Twickenham has raised much discussion.
Rugby football is a game of consequences. There was an incident at the touchline in Twickenham that had consequences.
In the Currie Cup Final, Lwazi Mvovo of the Sharks went over for a try. All that Mvovo did was clearly correct but the try was disallowed.
This incident from a match between London Irish and Saracens at Twickenham shows that that there is always something in rugby you have not seen before.
What is a kick? It sounds such a simple question, but it is not.
We shall deal with the ball that goes into touch but still results in a penalty against a player ahead of the kicker.
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