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    Posted: 11 May 2014 at 6:52am
Anyone know how he is??

Nasty looking bang he took, blood everywhere.

Hope he's OK.
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He was talking to his family in the terrace at the end so he looked ok.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote haydn_davies Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 May 2014 at 9:56am
Originally posted by Cwm_gwendraeth Cwm_gwendraeth wrote:

He was talking to his family in the terrace at the end so he looked ok.

That's good to hear.

Thanks
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Can someone explain why Nafidi was allowed back on when Jenkins went off injured. Thought once you were subbed you weren't allowed back on (apart from the front row which is a specialised position)
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote DDF Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 May 2014 at 2:48pm
the bottom pic was from yesterday's game. tough player fair play to him.
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Originally posted by coldith coldith wrote:

Can someone explain why Nafidi was allowed back on when Jenkins went off injured. Thought once you were subbed you weren't allowed back on (apart from the front row which is a specialised position)

If it's a blood bin you can bring a player back on. Harlequins tried to take advantage of it with 'bloodgate'
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Nasty looking gash
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Good he's ok
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Glad to hear that he's ok
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Looked like he was going to fight his own sponge man at one stage.

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imagine the drama if that happened to a footballer????
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Originally posted by Mogwen Mogwen wrote:

imagine the drama if that happened to a footballer????

They would have called the game off
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Originally posted by Iwlew Iwlew wrote:

Originally posted by Mogwen Mogwen wrote:

imagine the drama if that happened to a footballer????


They would have called the game off


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hell of a cut to the head,fair play.
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Originally posted by DropOut22 DropOut22 wrote:

Originally posted by coldith coldith wrote:

Can someone explain why Nafidi was allowed back on when Jenkins went off injured. Thought once you were subbed you weren't allowed back on (apart from the front row which is a specialised position)

If it's a blood bin you can bring a player back on. Harlequins tried to take advantage of it with 'bloodgate'


Law as follows...

DEFINITIONS:

Substitute.  A player who replaces a team-mate for tactical reasons.
Temporary Replacement: A player who temporarily replaces another who leaves the field to have bleeding controlled and/or an open wound covered, or who replaces a front row player who has been temporarily suspended or required to leave the field to obtain a mouthguard.
Permanent Replacement: A player who permanently replaces an injured player or a front row forward who has been ordered off.



2nd 3rd & 4th point could all apply in this case.

3.12 SUBSTITUTED PLAYERS REJOINING THE MATCH

  • A player may be used as a substitute only once.
  • A substituted player may be used as a permanent or temporary replacement.
  • A player who has left the field, having been substituted, is allowed to return to the field to replace an injured player.  In this circumstance, the player returning to the field is a permanent replacement.
  • A player who has left the field, having been substituted, is allowed to return to the field to replace a bleeding player.  In this circumstance, the player returning to the field is a temporary replacement.

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