If I am in the wrong forum please tell me and I will move, probably to the Physical Education Forum. However there are specific sports threads in this forum, and here we get more traffic, so I will give it a try. OK, my problem is when watching international games it appears that the laws are not followed when rucks form at breakdowns. As I understand it, a tackled player, if brought to the ground and off their feet, must release the ball and allow it to be grounded or they can pass it back with one allowed movement, even if the ball is already grounded. As they go down they are allowed to turn their bodies to protect the ball. They must then make every attempt to roll away. Other players on both sides must stay on their feet, form a ruck over the ball and try to gain possession by driving the opposing team away, a sort of impromptu scrummage. Players cannot join the ruck from the side. They CANNOT reach for the ball with their hands in front of the impromptu off-side line. What I see all of the time are players diving over the ball to block it from going back to the opposing side, coming off their feet and therefore should no longer participate in play. They should not dive, they should stay on their feet and only engage opposing players who also should be on their feet. If they do go to ground they should try to get out of the way.