LIST | The SIX huge law changes put forward by World Rugby

World Rugby have compiled a study calling for major law changes to deal with COVID-19, including an end to reset scrums and team huddles.

It will have major ramifications to the sport at every level. Their findings include the following changes:

  1. Team huddles would be outlawed
  2. Players required to change kit and headgear at half-time
  3. Players MUST wash their hands and face with soap for 20 seconds before kick-off and then during the interval
  4. Match balls are changed and cleaned frequently
  5. Banishing reset scrums is one of the key conclusions (award of a free-kick against the infringing side)
  6. The elimination of upright and choke tackles

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LIST | 6 sons of famous rugby players who could play for England

Note: Only players aged 23 and below have been included

1. Cameron Redpath

Redpath, who is the son of former Sale and 60-cap Scotland scrum-half Bryan Redpath, recently joined Bath after the black, blue and whites paid a six-figure sum to release the 20-year-old from his existing deal with Sale Sharks.

The versatile 20-year-old is an age-group international who trained with England during the 2020 Six Nations in the build-up to their victory over Ireland. He is comfortable at centre, fly-half and full-back.

Cameron Redpath of England is tackled by Alexandre de Nardi of France during the Under 20s Six Nations Rugby Championship match between England and France at Sandy Park on February 9th 2019, Exeter, Devon. Photo: Cameron Geran/PPAUK

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