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Re: Gaelic Football - Rules & Regulations discussion/clarification
« Reply #330 on: January 14, 2020, 08:25:39 PM »
Itís simple heís off the field for ten mins of play! If a team wants to fart about during that period the clock is stopped as normal and the player will come back on after the ref has decided the ten minutes of actual sin binning has occurred.

Are you sure? If been trying to verify this but canít anywhere

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« Reply #331 on: January 14, 2020, 09:03:13 PM »
Itís simple heís off the field for ten mins of play! If a team wants to fart about during that period the clock is stopped as normal and the player will come back on after the ref has decided the ten minutes of actual sin binning has occurred.

Are you sure? If been trying to verify this but canít anywhere

I was told, but Iíve in house training for refs on  Monday, itíll be covered then, letís just say if Iím refereeing, the player sin binned wonít be coming til ten minutes of play has been done. Teams can fart about as much as they want
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« Reply #332 on: January 14, 2020, 09:16:20 PM »
Itís simple heís off the field for ten mins of play! If a team wants to fart about during that period the clock is stopped as normal and the player will come back on after the ref has decided the ten minutes of actual sin binning has occurred.

Are you sure? If been trying to verify this but canít anywhere



I was told, but Iíve in house training for refs on  Monday, itíll be covered then, letís just say if Iím refereeing, the player sin binned wonít be coming til ten minutes of play has been done. Teams can fart about as much as they want

When I referee the ladies, I write down the time I sin bin the player and if any minutes needed to be added on in that time, I do so.

Regarding verification, you would think these would be issued on the official gaa.ie to everyone to see. But like some of the GAA rules , there is total ambiguity.     

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« Reply #333 on: January 14, 2020, 09:42:32 PM »
The stop clock is obviously the only way to insure the 10 minutes are served. And to prevent cheating and running Down the clock.

At county level anyway. More difficult at club level.

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« Reply #334 on: January 14, 2020, 10:05:13 PM »
The stop clock is obviously the only way to insure the 10 minutes are served. And to prevent cheating and running Down the clock.

At county level anyway. More difficult at club level.

Two watches, or use your note book as theticklemister said
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« Reply #335 on: January 14, 2020, 10:15:56 PM »
The stop clock is obviously the only way to insure the 10 minutes are served. And to prevent cheating and running Down the clock.

At county level anyway. More difficult at club level.

Two watches, or use your note book as theticklemister said

That gives more work for referees though. Theyíve enough to do. Timekeeping should be taken from the ref.

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« Reply #336 on: January 14, 2020, 10:22:10 PM »
The stop clock is obviously the only way to insure the 10 minutes are served. And to prevent cheating and running Down the clock.

At county level anyway. More difficult at club level.

Two watches, or use your note book as theticklemister said

That gives more work for referees though. Theyíve enough to do. Timekeeping should be taken from the ref.

At club level it wonít be (timekeeping taken away)  itís daft to apply this at all levels at clubs, inter county theyíve 4th official to keep it sorted. The forward mark alone is crazy at club level especially at juvenile level, just get your big play to play on the 21 and boot the ball in!

Donít see the benefit on how it will improve the game
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« Reply #337 on: January 20, 2020, 10:38:40 PM »
Sin bin is ten minutes regardless of delays like injuries during that period.

Forward mark rule kick must be played before the 45 and travel 20 meters and the player MUST make a hand in air sign.

Heís 15 seconds to play ball, itís a clean catch Mark called,  should he not and tries to take a mark heíll be done for over carrying, players can tackle straight away for a forward mark should he want to play on. Oh and if a defender/keeper catches that forward Mark he can have it by making the sign for a mark, a raised hand.
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« Reply #338 on: January 21, 2020, 08:08:46 AM »
Sin bin is ten minutes regardless of delays like injuries during that period.


Thanks MR2

Just to be clear, is this one senior man's opinion on how the 10 mins should be implemented, or did he get it from some official source?

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« Reply #339 on: January 21, 2020, 08:43:44 AM »
Didn't it say that in explanatory notes issued by the GAA for the special Congress?
I recall reading it somewhere back then.
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« Reply #340 on: January 21, 2020, 02:27:44 PM »
Sin bin is ten minutes regardless of delays like injuries during that period.

Forward mark rule kick must be played before the 45 and travel 20 meters and the player MUST make a hand in air sign.

Heís 15 seconds to play ball, itís a clean catch Mark called,  should he not and tries to take a mark heíll be done for over carrying, players can tackle straight away for a forward mark should he want to play on. Oh and if a defender/keeper catches that forward Mark he can have it by making the sign for a mark, a raised hand.

Yeah but my understanding is that, like the existing mark, the player is allowed 4 steps or the length of time to travel 4 steps before they can be tackled ( providing he is outside the large rectangle)
It is not clear what is allowed if he cleanly catches it outside the rectangle but arrives in the rectangle within 4 steps and has not had the opportunity to raise his hand before been met by the wall of defenders stationed just inside the large rectangle
or how a player will make a clean catch inside the rectangle and manage to hold on to the ball while been tackled by multiple players and simultaneously raise his hand to claim the mark. Then somehow clear the 13 yards in front of him within 15 secs so that he can take the kick.
... expect loads of moaning and plenty of refereeing inconsistencies for a while on this one.

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« Reply #341 on: January 21, 2020, 04:19:52 PM »
Sin bin is ten minutes regardless of delays like injuries during that period.

Forward mark rule kick must be played before the 45 and travel 20 meters and the player MUST make a hand in air sign.

Heís 15 seconds to play ball, itís a clean catch Mark called,  should he not and tries to take a mark heíll be done for over carrying, players can tackle straight away for a forward mark should he want to play on. Oh and if a defender/keeper catches that forward Mark he can have it by making the sign for a mark, a raised hand.

Can't wait to get back to the refereeing this year!  :-\
Although as a dual referee I can see myself turning down football games in favour of hurling
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« Reply #342 on: January 21, 2020, 04:40:23 PM »
Are there any posters of images which show clearly these new rules? Anything sent out from HQ?

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« Reply #343 on: January 21, 2020, 07:04:14 PM »
You cant have an advance mark from a kick out mark.

If the advanced mark is inside the large rectangle , you can tackle immediately.

Reading the changes , I believe there are too many permutations to interpret at club level!

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« Reply #344 on: January 21, 2020, 07:38:41 PM »
Sin bin is ten minutes regardless of delays like injuries during that period.


Thanks MR2

Just to be clear, is this one senior man's opinion on how the 10 mins should be implemented, or did he get it from some official source?

That's the way it was reffed last year