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Monday, June 16, 2008

How well do you know the laws?

Think you know the rules of the game? Learn Rugby Laws is an excellent little website that will see what you really know. Included in the site are the usual discussions, links etc. - but the heart of it all is a quiz that will test anyone. The test keeps a running tally of how you've done, and you're given an overall score at the end.

There are two types of questions:

Law Questions which test knowledge of specific, individual Laws, for example:
There are [BLANK] off-side lines at a maul.
A. one
B. two
C. three
D. four
Scenario Questions which test comprehension and application of the entire spectrum of Laws.
For example:
In general play, a Gold player on the half-way line kicks the ball into Blue's in-goal area where it stops one meter from the touch-in-goal line. A defending Blue player, standing with one foot in touch-in-goal, picks up the ball. What do you do?

A. Award a drop-out to Blue; a drop kick taken anywhere on or behind the 22-meter line.
B. Award a scrum, with Blue throwing-in, where the ball was kicked from.
C. Award a scrum, with Blue throwing-in, five meters from the goal-line and five meters from the touch-line.
D. Offer Blue an option of either A or B.
The database currently has over 500 questions - enough for any quiz night! - with full explanations for each answer. Give it a go...

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