[Law] Not striking, what's the signal?

Ciaran Trainor


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The powers that be have introduced a new offence at the scrum for the "feeding" side's hooker not striking for the ball.
A free kick offence I believe. So what is the signal for it? Do we just make one up?
How many other offences are there where ther is no signal?
 

TigerCraig


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The powers that be have introduced a new offence at the scrum for the "feeding" side's hooker not striking for the ball.
A free kick offence I believe. So what is the signal for it? Do we just make one up?
How many other offences are there where ther is no signal?

You put your left leg in, you take your left leg out, you put your left leg in and shake it all about
 

DocY


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So what is the signal for it? Do we just make one up?
How many other offences are there where ther is no signal?

I don't know about you, but until I hear otherwise I'll do my best impression of "bull about to charge"
 

Dixie


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I don't know about you, but until I hear otherwise I'll do my best impression of "bull about to charge"

"You mess with the bull, you get the horns."

This could be a bad look in an ageing referee

Bull.jpg
 
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