Is he usually a centre?didn't think Lane had too good of a game was a bit naïve at times
he was originally a centre in age grade but has mostly played at wing for Cardiff Blues. He's been touted as being a future centre option for Wales but has only played a handful of pro games at 13. To be honest he's struggled with injury the past year and form has been a bit up and down so was a bit surprised he was picked in the squad to be honest.Is he usually a centre?
I googled and it says he plays centre and wing - to my eyes he looked uncomfortable out there, kind of like when Daly plays wing for England - obviously talented but not really got the positioning down etc.
I cant find the laws for this at all, except one saying a player must not tackle a player whose feet are off the ground. I guess that means you should jump into every tackle. I dont think that is how it used to be worded. There is also one that says a player most not do anything that is reckless or dangerous to others. As far as i can tell the sanction for either is a penalty. Clearly thats not how its policed, so seems i cant find the right laws.That was one of the most bizarre arguments I've ever heard from a ref.
9 Arg is in a legal position, the referee not only sees that but says it out loud while talking to the TMO and ARs. But because 9's position it is inconvenient to a guy running a line from 20 meters back that is mitigation for a card when he jumps for the ball.
I can understand a call i disagree with. Maybe he saw something i did not, or maybe he missed something. Maybe he is applying another rule.
Here i sincerely do not understand the call. How is a player whose position in the field is legal a mitigating factor for an opponent's illegal action?
The principles were quite simple: when it comes to balls in the air, either you compete or beware of the impact you have on the opponent going up for the ball. If u misread or didn't see something, it's on you. Period. Now the one winning the ball in the air is penalized for his own teammate's legal position. We've lost the plot.
Not sure about the laws, but for me it's an area that is refereed very inconsistently depending on the ref. Some look at where the player lands, some ignore it and look just at how bad the tackle is. I think it needs a clear framework like head collisions to get some consistency.I cant find the laws for this at all, except one saying a player must not tackle a player whose feet are off the ground. I guess that means you should jump into every tackle. I dont think that is how it used to be worded. There is also one that says a player most not do anything that is reckless or dangerous to others. As far as i can tell the sanction for either is a penalty. Clearly thats not how its policed, so seems i cant find the right laws.
I guess this explains his sharpish departure,Apparently Cory Hill is going abroad so effectively retiring from international rugby for the time being at least. Withdrawn from the squad and replaced with Screech. Shocked.
Maybe. Not to sure to be honest. Either way what a tool, even if it was a case of they got the wrong house it’s not a good look.I guess this explains his sharpish departure,
Seems like a jump-before-he-was-pushed situation