There has been much angry shouting following the match between the Bulls and the Sharks on Saturday, with five bones of contention.
This occurs in rugby when one side wants to maul and the other refuses to join the fun, most obviously at a line-out.
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Super Rugby started this weekend past and the concentration was on the players and the surprising results rather than on anything referees did.
It happened twice this week - once in the Varsity Cup and once in Super Rugby. The one in Varsity Cup raised eyebrows.
The score is 18-16 to England with five minutes or so left and England are on the attack. A try would make the game safe.
Are prop forwards in the process of committing suicide, of making such a constant mess that they are in danger of being written out of the game?
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.
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