Referees in Australia
- Nov 20, 2009
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Oh yes it is (in touch)anything beyond.
Touch or touch-in-goal
The ball is in touch or touch-in-goal when:
a. The ball or ball-carrier touches the touchline, touch-in-goal line or
I bit ridiculous, but remember this is rugby not brain surgery. It is intentionally absurd. Trying to make sense of it is a fool's endeavor
Yes the ball is dead, why is it dead? the ball has touched anything beyond
Ain't it great, comedy. Alas we our again its (rugby) fools
Except for the bird that just sh@t on the ball out of the ruck and the #9 box kicks him up the arse.(over field of play)...he's not touching anything beyond or in touch???
Plus if a ball.is already dead at the moment it hits that object...it doesn't matter what happened next even if it does go across.plane of touch. Can a ball be dead twice???