I do agree with the part about good defending being rewarded, but at the same time this does risk reducing the number of tries being scored if the attacking team only gets one go at it. They've done everything right, but can't quite get the ball down, and now they're back on the halfway line. The big plus point it has is that the ball will be back in play so much quicker than with a scrum.I actually agree with the held up drop out change.
can be a great bit of defending ( similar to tackling into touch yards from the line) and don’t see why historically the attacking team would get a 5m scrum.
Agree with touch down in own in goal being a goal line drop out rather than 22 as well
One thing is for sure, I'll be fully supportive of it if Salarycens are on the receiving end today.