Helen O'Reilly Q&A: 'One No. 8, who was trying to wind up his opposite number, said 'Ref, you should be at home … – Irish Examiner


Helen O'Reilly Q&A: 'One No. 8, who was trying to wind up his opposite number, said 'Ref, you should be at home … – Irish Examiner
Irish ExaminerHelen O'Reilly Q&A: 'One No. 8, who was trying to wind up his opposite number, said 'Ref, you should be at home …Irish ExaminerSurely rules are rules? A: In rugby the distinction is that they are 'laws', not rules, and you can interpret a law. Sometimes a player can be offside but the game is never going that direction, so what's the point in calling that? Q: Rugby referees …
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Helen O'Reilly Q&A: 'One No. 8, who was trying to wind up his opposite number, said 'Ref, you should be at home … – Irish Examiner