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Re: Gaelic Football - Rules & Regulations discussion/clarification
« Reply #705 on: September 12, 2022, 10:21:29 AM »
This is where I have got to in relation to my question.

A free kick is awarded after a mark and a free kick can only be taken immediately with the ref's consent (2.6), so I guess this is why the goal was disallowed; because the ref didn't signal that the free could be taken quickly.
It was probably harsh to hop the ball because if you took a free kick too quickly out the field after being fouled you would normally get to take it again, not lose the free kick.

So it was probably correct that the goal was disallowed.
I think its a mess. half the time the forward inmdicates the mark, he then plays on.  Raised hand and acknowledgement by ref stops play.. Can someone think of the defenders.

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« Reply #706 on: September 12, 2022, 11:00:25 AM »
This is where I have got to in relation to my question.

A free kick is awarded after a mark and a free kick can only be taken immediately with the ref's consent (2.6), so I guess this is why the goal was disallowed; because the ref didn't signal that the free could be taken quickly.
It was probably harsh to hop the ball because if you took a free kick too quickly out the field after being fouled you would normally get to take it again, not lose the free kick.

So it was probably correct that the goal was disallowed.
I think its a mess. half the time the forward inmdicates the mark, he then plays on.  Raised hand and acknowledgement by ref stops play.. Can someone think of the defenders.

My take on it.. Ball is played in, attacker catches ball, I blow whistle (regardless) he can play on but must be allowed the time it takes 4 steps to be tackled. if he calls the mark he must take it within 15 seconds, I wouldn't be pulling players on taking the free too quickly, that would only be if its a 14 yard free, anywhere on the pitch, if I blow for a free, if he's ready to take it, providing no one is within 13 meters then play on...

Would need to have seen the actually play, the hop bal in my opinion would be if he didnt take it till after the 15 seconds had elapsed

EverY ref is different, we want to speed up the game and if we are always having to blow again for re starts and so on then it slows it down IMO
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« Reply #707 on: September 12, 2022, 11:30:38 AM »
This is where I have got to in relation to my question.

A free kick is awarded after a mark and a free kick can only be taken immediately with the ref's consent (2.6), so I guess this is why the goal was disallowed; because the ref didn't signal that the free could be taken quickly.
It was probably harsh to hop the ball because if you took a free kick too quickly out the field after being fouled you would normally get to take it again, not lose the free kick.

So it was probably correct that the goal was disallowed.
I think its a mess. half the time the forward inmdicates the mark, he then plays on.  Raised hand and acknowledgement by ref stops play.. Can someone think of the defenders.

My take on it.. Ball is played in, attacker catches ball, I blow whistle (regardless) he can play on but must be allowed the time it takes 4 steps to be tackled. if he calls the mark he must take it within 15 seconds, I wouldn't be pulling players on taking the free too quickly, that would only be if its a 14 yard free, anywhere on the pitch, if I blow for a free, if he's ready to take it, providing no one is within 13 meters then play on...

Would need to have seen the actually play, the hop bal in my opinion would be if he didnt take it till after the 15 seconds had elapsed

EverY ref is different, we want to speed up the game and if we are always having to blow again for re starts and so on then it slows it down IMO

Well there would definitely have been defenders within 13m, but if that didn't hinder the attacking team then it probably shouldn't be brought back on that technicality.

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« Reply #708 on: September 12, 2022, 11:44:23 AM »
This is where I have got to in relation to my question.

A free kick is awarded after a mark and a free kick can only be taken immediately with the ref's consent (2.6), so I guess this is why the goal was disallowed; because the ref didn't signal that the free could be taken quickly.
It was probably harsh to hop the ball because if you took a free kick too quickly out the field after being fouled you would normally get to take it again, not lose the free kick.

So it was probably correct that the goal was disallowed.
I think its a mess. half the time the forward inmdicates the mark, he then plays on.  Raised hand and acknowledgement by ref stops play.. Can someone think of the defenders.

My take on it.. Ball is played in, attacker catches ball, I blow whistle (regardless) he can play on but must be allowed the time it takes 4 steps to be tackled. if he calls the mark he must take it within 15 seconds, I wouldn't be pulling players on taking the free too quickly, that would only be if its a 14 yard free, anywhere on the pitch, if I blow for a free, if he's ready to take it, providing no one is within 13 meters then play on...

Would need to have seen the actually play, the hop bal in my opinion would be if he didnt take it till after the 15 seconds had elapsed

EverY ref is different, we want to speed up the game and if we are always having to blow again for re starts and so on then it slows it down IMO

Well there would definitely have been defenders within 13m, but if that didn't hinder the attacking team then it probably shouldn't be brought back on that technicality.

Yes, in fact I'd argue that the ball could have been brought forward if defenders were within 13 meters and not moving away as instructed, so ball played and advantage of getting score, what's wrong with that? Though if own players were inside the 13 meters and they collected the ball then its not actually a hop but a free out..

Again would need to see it.. but on the day these calls are given and it can be strange, we make mistakes  ;)
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« Reply #709 on: September 12, 2022, 01:10:32 PM »
This is where I have got to in relation to my question.

A free kick is awarded after a mark and a free kick can only be taken immediately with the ref's consent (2.6), so I guess this is why the goal was disallowed; because the ref didn't signal that the free could be taken quickly.
It was probably harsh to hop the ball because if you took a free kick too quickly out the field after being fouled you would normally get to take it again, not lose the free kick.

So it was probably correct that the goal was disallowed.
I think its a mess. half the time the forward inmdicates the mark, he then plays on.  Raised hand and acknowledgement by ref stops play.. Can someone think of the defenders.
The mark is an abomination at times. Half the time refs award the mark before a forward has even fully secured the ball and sometimes does a wee fumble. Still gets the mark.