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.
At the end of Craven Week we received a 'question' from a reader about two tries. Because the reader's assertions are interesting, we discuss them.
Are we on the verge of retrogression - or at least to the days before 1892 when deciding a match could take a long time, years in one notorious case?
There is always something to discuss after a rugby Test match, especially one as thrilling as the clash between the Springboks and Wales in Nelspruit.
The Highlanders beat the Lions by one point in Dunedin. rugby365 law guru Paul Dobson looks at the referee's contentious decision.
It sounds a silly question. But is touching your boot to a ball a kick? rugby365 law guru Paul Dobson discusses a contentious Rebels try.
rugby365 law guru Paul Dobson looks at two incidents from Super Rugby in the last two weeks, which caused debate, argument and even acrimony.
Don't ever believe that you have seen it all. the incident involving the upgrading of the sanction on Stuart Hogg of Scotland is possibly unique in the annals of Test rugby.
|South African news|
|» Ludeke's big Bok poser|
|» Stormers to play at CT Stadium|
|» Willie: Boks yet to reach full potential|
|» Poachers target young SA talent|
|» Scrumhalf innovation to rock VC|