Failure of players to keep their heads and shoulders above their
hips throughout the maul will no longer constitute an offence.
This Experimental Law Variation is necessary because of Experimental Law Variation 3
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Law 17.2 JOINING A MAUL
Clause (a) removed:
(a) Players joining a maul must have their heads and shoulders no lower than their hips.
Penalty: Free kick
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