Do you lose the Substitution too? I mean if you've got 8 movements and the player who subs off has been RC, do you now only have 7?yes unless he is going to receive a red card in which case no substitution
If you can find that I, for one, am interested! Except, of course, you will then have one coach's word against another's.NB: I am it sure it was stated that the fixed number of changes for rolling subs is the responsibility of the coaches to monitor and if a team makes 9 when they are only allowed 8 it was not the ref's fault, although he will obviously keep count.
I had advantage for foul play once against #2 Green who already had a YC and was going to receive a second. Two weeks until the elimination final so even with the mandatory week off for the RC he would have been good to play in the finals. After a good 3 minutes (too long in hindsight) of sustained pressure on the line the non-infringing team scored a try and after awarding it I double tapped for time and asked for #2 and Captain. No number 2 on the field while the player I pointed at was wearing number 16 , along with a claim that they didn't have a #2. They had changed jerseys while I was distracted and tried to convince me that I must have seen #12 not #2. RC for the now #16 Green and a code of conduct violation for the club ended up having them nearly miss the finals. RC got given an extra week on the sideline and missed the elimination final anyway.Thinking about it I have come across incidents in the weeds where a team knowing a player is likely to get carded hurriedly change him and try to hide him in the crowd while the ref is otherwise preoccupied. Teams will often make a change and then tell you after it's happened. Go with my suggestion above.