Rugby: lineout 20throw

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Rugby Laws - Touch, quick thro...

Except when closer than 5 metres to the goal-line, which of the following statements are correct in relation to the place of the throw-in when the ball is in touch?

Marcos Mello Coach, England

Can anyone explain what a quic...

Can anyone explain what a quick throw-in is and how it works?

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Can players throw ball forward...

if i throw the ball forward and catch it before it touches any opponent or the ground is that a forward pass

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My U18s were refused a quick l...

My under 18 team tried to take a quick lineout with one attacker in the lineout and 2 defenders in the lineout. When he threw the ball to another attacker who was about 10metres behind the lineout he was told by the referee that the lineout had formed and could not take a quick penalty. What is the clarification of this as I always thought you had to have at least 2 players from each team in the lineout to say that the lineout had formed?

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can anyoune suggest some line ...

can anyoune suggest some line out moves for under 12s?

Spitfire Coach, England

When a scrum is awarded follow...

When a scrum is awarded following an unsuccessful end to a maul, which team throws the ball in?

Arthur Johannes Coach, South Africa

On the kickoff, the ball bounc...

On the kickoff, the ball bounces over the touchline before it goes 10m. What is the following action or possible choices of action?

Archived User Coach

Here's a tricky one. What heig...

is there a specific height that the ball should travel while being thrown into the line out

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Attacking kick off tactics and...

Any suggestions for a few attacking ideas and formations we can use when setting up to take our own kick offs and restarts at under 14 level?

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Law 12 - the forward pass or t...

The law says that a forward pass is one "thrown forward" "in the direction of the opponents' goal line" Does that mean that, if the ball is passed and the receiver catches it NEARER to the opponents goal line than from where the ball was passed that the pass was forward? (Leaving to one side any other touches of the ball that might have taken place.) Maybe an example is better. Player 1 passes the ball sideways - releasing it on the 22 metre line. Player 2 (with no other player having touched the ball), running from well behind the 22 metre line, catches the ball when it has travelled sideways but the ball is now 20 metres from the opponents goal line (2 metres further forward from the place that the ball was passed). Is that a forward pass or throw forward? And if not, why not?

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