Get your questions in for Issue 12 of Coach’s Corner

Is there a rugby fan on the planet who doesn’t have at least one question about the week just past? Luckily enough, we’ve got just the place for you to ask them. As always, our resident rugby analyst Nick Bishop will be answering your questions on Friday in the next edition of Coach’s Corner. » […]

Get your questions in for Issue 12 of Coach’s Corner

Is there a rugby fan on the planet who doesn’t have at least one question about the week just past? Luckily enough, we’ve got just the place for you to ask them.

As always, our resident rugby analyst Nick Bishop will be answering your questions on Friday in the next edition of Coach’s Corner.

» Miss the latest instalment of Coach’s Corner? Don’t worry, you can still catch up on it

To say there was a bit going on in the last week would be an understatement. Last Wednesday, Warren Gatland unveiled his 37-man British and Irish Lions squad for the tour of South Africa, and as always there were a host of controversial selections and omissions.

Then on Saturday night, we were treated to two belting Super Rugby finals. First it was Richie Mo’unga putting on a masterclass to guide the Crusaders past the Chiefs, and then the Reds and Brumbies traded blows for a full 85 minutes which culminated in that brilliant, thrilling finish.

That’s not the end of the action, though, as the Super Rugby sides from either side of the ditch will go head-to-head for the first time since the start of last year in Round 1 of Super Rugby Trans-Tasman this weekend.

So yeah, a bit going on.

If you have any questions about any of that, or about another rugby-related topic entirely, drop them down in the comments section below, and Nick will pick out a few to answer on Friday.

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Australia and New Zealand agree Super Rugby Trans-Tasman rules

Goal-line drop-outs and red card replacement laws will be retained for the Super Rugby Trans-Tasman competition, which gets underway on Friday.

The rules have been used in the domestic Australian and New Zealand competitions, and adopted for the six-week series after consultation by the governing bodies.

Captain’s referrals, used in Super Rugby Aotearoa, won’t be used or extra time during the regular season, however golden-point extra time will apply in the final.

Teams will share the points for tied matches during the round robin stage.

Super Rugby AU rules which won’t carry over are the 22/50 and 50/22 laws that rewarded tactical kicking, and golden try extra time.

The competition opens on Friday with a double-header when the Highlanders face the Queensland Reds at Forysth Barr Stadium before the NSW Waratahs square off against the Hurricanes at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

There will be 25 regular season matches before the two top-placed teams on a combined competition ladder meet in the final on June 19.

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