Commentators tell the world and the world believes. This is a pity when it comes to the laws of rugby for the commentators often get it wrong.
Touchline decisions are often difficult, it is not just the law but the judgement required while a replay is there to show that the assistant referee was wrong.
Not that it's new, but an incident in the match between Bath and Exeter Chiefs aroused interest, because it was surprising.
Tackle is a difficult word in that it can have more than one meaning.
It is common knowledge that rugby nowadays forbids playing a player who is in the air. This led to the IRB (now World Rugby) to amplify the law a bit.
The maul from a line-out was a great South African weapon. They developed it first and used it most profitably. Until November, that is.
There were similar incidents in two of the weekend's Test matches with different outcomes. They were, note, similar but not the same.
rugby365 law guru Paul Dobson takes a look at the reasons for the anger, with righteous indignation, hurled at Irish referee George Clancy.
OPNION: rugby365 law guru Paul Dobson takes a look at what may simply be beyond the capability of a single human being.
rugby365 law guru Paul Dobson looks at an incident that caused some consternation where it should not have - a try by Pumas against the the Cheetahs.
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