New IRB Law Interpretations 2010

Posted by SCRRS Website Committee on October 6th, 2010

Same laws, better game.

The laws of rugby exist to allow the game flow and function properly. However, this can lead to concerns over the interpretation of these laws. The IRB is currently concentrating on five key areas that they want referees to focus on to improve the quality of the game.
By Paddy O’Brien, Head of the IRB’s Referee Board

New IRB Law Interpretations for 2010-2011
New IRB Law Interpretations for 2010-2011
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