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Reyan Fernando
Rugby Ready Certified
Sri Lanka


How must the props bind when the front rows engage?

1.Loose head prop binds outside the tight head's right arm
2.Tight head prop binds outside the loose head's left arm
3.Tight head prop may bind on the loose head prop's upper arm
4.Tight head prop may opt not to bind
5.All props must bind on the back or side of the opposing props' bodies
Once bound, props may exert upward or downward pressure on opponents

Plz some one can answer it?

Thank you.
Posted 8 Jun 2013 02.09pm
Werner Cromm
Match Official Educator
Germany

Have a look at Law 20.3 (c) and (d) www.irblaws.com/index.php?law=20.3 .

Posted 8 Jun 2013 03.09pm
Semi Lawevuso Daugunu

Fiji

A loosehead prop must bind the the opposing tighthead prop by placing the left arm inside the right armof the tight head and gripping the tighthead's jersey on the back or by the side.

Posted 8 Jun 2013 10.09pm
Reyan Fernando
Rugby Ready Certified
Sri Lanka
Thank you.
Posted 10 Jun 2013 04.09pm
Reyan Fernando
Rugby Ready Certified
Sri Lanka
I try my best,but its not working,plz help me..this 1 is the only question that I can do.plz help me...

Thank you.
Reyan.
Posted 10 Jun 2013 06.09pm
christian baxter
Rugby Ready Certified
England

I'm having the same problem with this question. I've read and understood the rules - but the question does not reflect the text??

 

Cheers Boz

Posted 13 Aug 2013 03.09pm
Liueli Fusimalohi

Tonga
Posted by Reyan Fernando


How must the props bind when the front rows engage?

1.Loose head prop binds outside the tight head's right arm
2.Tight head prop binds outside the loose head's left arm
3.Tight head prop may bind on the loose head prop's upper arm
4.Tight head prop may opt not to bind
5.All props must bind on the back or side of the opposing props' bodies
Once bound, props may exert upward or downward pressure on opponents

Plz some one can answer it?

Thank you.

1.Loose head prop binds outside the tight head's right arm.

 

Posted 24 Aug 2013 05.09am
Mathew Theodore
Rugby Ready Certified
Canada

The tight head prop binds outside the loose head's left arm, and All props must bind on the back or side of the opposing props' bodies.... the 2nd and 5th 

Posted 24 Oct 2013 12.09am
MAHESH KUMAR R
Rugby Ready Certified
India

The Team loose head prop must bund the opposing tight head prop placing the left arm inside the right arm the right

Posted 28 Oct 2013 07.09pm
christopher norris
Laws of the Game Certified
England

sorry i meant G, and its still not right.

 

Edited by christopher norris on 10th Dec 2013 at 16:16

Posted 9 Dec 2013 09.09am
Jonathan Westcott
Rugby Ready Certified
England

Loose head not allowed to exert downward pressure so that excludes answer 5.

Leaves only answer 2..

Posted 9 Dec 2013 12.09pm
Jonathan Westcott
Rugby Ready Certified
England

Re putting in at scrum 20.5 & 20.6 have all answers.

Laws so ball 'may' be rolled in?? Pedantic use of english perhaps!

So perhaps 'f' rather than 'g'?

 

Posted 9 Dec 2013 12.09pm
shakeel ahmed
Rugby Ready Certified
Pakistan
At a conversion kick, if the ball falls over before the kicker begins the approach to kick, which of the following apply?
 
The kick is disallowed The kicker may replace the ball, and the time limit for taking the kick recommences The kicker may replace the ball, but must complete the kick within the original 1 minute time limit The kicker may attempt a drop-kick at goal
Select one or more answers
please answer
Posted 18 Feb 2014 11.09am


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