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6. Match officials (7's)

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3. The referee organises the toss. One of the captains tosses a coin and the other captain calls. The winner of the toss decides whether to kick off or to choose an end. If the winner of the toss decides to choose an end, the opponents must kick off and vice versa.
 
Addition:
 
a. Before extra-time starts, the referee organises a toss in the same way as before the match.
 
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IN-GOAL JUDGES
 
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31. There are two in-goal judges for each match, one in each in-goal area.
 
32. The referee has the same control over in-goal judges as with assistant referees or touch judges.
 
33. In-goal judges signal the result of conversions or penalty kicks at goal.
 
34. In-goal judges signal when the ball or the ball-carrier has gone into touch-in-goal.
 
35. If required, the in-goal judge will assist the referee in decisions on touch downs and tries.
 
36. A match organiser may give authority for the in-goal judge to signal foul play in in-goal.