As for all the unintended bromancing going on here. Elisha has a knowledgeable profound understanding of Rugby and its history. Surely that should have alerted you to the possible presence of testosterone and the source. For shame.
The year has ticked over Chris, its 2014 now, new coach, new culture, new season - that is the fun of sport - redemption is only an off-season away. What the Rebels showed against the Cheetahs was that they knew how to play positive winning Rugby, good stuff. If that is the genuine entrenched mind-set then they are no longer the easy-beats of the past and a threat whenever they play. But then I am biased.
GO THE REBELS!! Shock and Awe, baby, Shock and Awe!
ps: I replied to your response - hope it makes sense.
This is the law.
(c) Knock-on or throw forward into the in-goal. If an attacking player knocks-on or throws- forward in the field of play and the ball goes into the opponents’ in-goal and it is made dead there, a scrum is awarded where the knock-on or throw forward happened.
Much the same as any other knock-on (forward pass) except for the use of the 5m march back. I suppose the point is that a knock-on is a unintended action, (though we could argue all night about some forward passes) so giving the defenders an opportunity to hoof it down to the other end of the field is a bit too harsh.