Southern King’s attempt no-contesty lineout but fall foul of loophole

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Over the last number of years the no-contesty lineout defence, while not very common, does spring up every now and again and is clearly part of several team’s defensive playbooks. Here the King’s attempt it but the on rushing King’s gets a little ahead of himself.

Crucially the ball would have to have been passed back from the receiving player before the attacking team could be adjudged to offside when the King’s player makes his tackle.

CREDIT: SAReferees

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