laws of tackle (video)

Discussion in 'General Rugby Union' started by zyc, Jan 22, 2008.

  1. zyc

    zyc Guest

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  3. Prestwick

    Prestwick Guest

    Thanks for the videos! Anything that can help explain the sometimes confusing rules of Rugby is more than welcome!

    Cheers :)
     
  4. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    Stupid Saracen.
     
  5. Gay-Guy

    Gay-Guy Guest

    Gee anyone have any idea about the tackle in the ELV for the S14?
     
  6. Prestwick

    Prestwick Guest

    Stupid Saracen.
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    Stupid enough to stay in the top four of the Guiness Premiership! :cheers:
     
  7. Gr1ffster

    Gr1ffster Guest

    at one time i thought that a player was banned for giving birth to the ball whilst on the floor??
     
  8. schismatic

    schismatic Guest

    this kind of thing seems really informative, especially for coaching kids.
     
  9. samoa77

    samoa77 Guest

    thank you very much for this video!
     
  10. melon

    melon Guest

    Exactly the same mate, nothing changes at all in the tackle.
     
  11. Brett22Smith

    Brett22Smith Guest

    Exactly the same mate, nothing changes at all in the tackle.
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    What i dont understand is why refs dont apply the laws of tackeling properly-The rule is: If a player is lifted = penalty; if he is turned = yellow card; if he is then forced/dumbed/thrown shoulders/head-first onto the ground = RED card! this is nb-cause they are trying to do away with it completely-it can end a players career or potentially his life-yet the refs are leniant??-odriscoll was close to having his career ended thanks to umanga-i know at local club level there are a riduculous amount of injuries-and at school level it's worse-boys think its 'cool' to "U-bolt" (what we used to call it) and it was back then until people started getting paralyzed...
     
  12. Great videos! Now I get some things I didn't understand before. :cheers:
     
  13. Exactly the same mate, nothing changes at all in the tackle.
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    Only that upon contact, the point of the tackle immediately becomes the offside line.
     
  14. Charles

    Charles Guest

    Exactly the same mate, nothing changes at all in the tackle.
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    Only that upon contact, the point of the tackle immediately becomes the offside line. [/b][/quote]

    Wich is a nice way of rewarding speculative 50/50 passes after a break, since all the defense players running back are offside if they intercept the pass. 50/50 passes have to remain 50/50 passes I'd say.
     
  15. rojoherrero

    rojoherrero Guest

    thanks for post this videoclips. They are very instructive and I think the can help us to learna bit more about these wonderful game.
    Thanks a lot. :cheers: :bravo:
     
  16. walkzzter

    walkzzter Guest

    great clips, really informative, certainly helped clear up a few questions
    Thank you very much for the links
     
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