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Where would you set the penalty for an infringement at the line-out?
15 metres from the touchline on the mark of touch.
5 meters from the touchline on the mark of touch.
In the centre of the field on the mark of touch.
Where the half-back tells you. They know everything after all.
What happens after any subsequent infringement by the original offending team after the first penalty or free-kick is awarded but before it is taken.
Yellow card and continue with the penalty.
Advanced 10 metres from the original mark.
Yellow card and advance 10 meters from the original mark.
Penalty try awarded.
Where should a penalty be set for the infringement of late charging of a kicker?
at the place of the infringement
15 meters in field from the infringement.
where the ball landed
where the ball was next played
Where would you set the penalty after any infringement in in-goal or within five metres of a goal line.
10m from the goal line, in line with the infringement.
in the field of play, 15 meters from the goal line, in line with the place of infringement.
Where the ball first landed after the infringement.
In the field of play, five metres from the goal line, in line with the place of infringement.
A penalty kick must not be taken from anywhere else other than the spot it is awarded.
Nether true or false
Unless you are mates with the ref
If a team is awarded a penalty or a free kick they might also opt for:
A line out
To shave a mullet from one of the opposition
to take the penalty because they have no other option.
A team awarded a penalty or free-kick at a lineout may instead choose:
a lineout or a scrum at the same mark.
a scrum but not a line out.
to reset the lineout but not a scrum.
to set a maul.
The penalty or free kick must be taken by the person to whom it is awarded?
Neither true or false
Other than the placer at a place-kick, the kicker’s team must remain behind the ball until it has been kicked.
neither true or false
At a free kick the player may tap the ball with their boot and play on so long as it has not left their possession.
Neither true or false
When a penalty or free-kick is awarded, the opposing team must immediately retreat 10 metres towards their own goal line or:
swearing about the 'bad call the ref made'
unless the captain wants to speak with the ref
be in the process of doing it before the ball is played.
until they have reached their goal line if that is closer.
The opposing team may not do anything to delay the kick or obstruct the kicker, including intentionally taking, throwing or kicking the ball out of reach of the team awarded the penalty.
Sanction: Second penalty or free-kick, with a warning to the captain of the offending team.
Sanction: Penalty try warded to the team awarded the original penalty.
Sanction: Second penalty or free-kick, 10 metres in front of the original mark.
Sanction: Second penalty or free-kick, 10 metres from the goal line, in line with the original penalty. The second penalty or free-kick must not be taken before the referee has made the mark.
As soon as the kicker initiates movement to kick, the opposing team may charge and try to prevent the free-kick being taken by tackling the kicker or to block the kick.
Neither True or false
If the opposing team charge fairly and prevent the free-kick being taken, the kick is disallowed. Play restarts:
with a scrum at the mark with the opposing team throwing in.
from the centre of the field.
once the defending team have possession.
with a line out from the mark with the opposing team throwing in.