no-side


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no-side

n
(Rugby) rugby the end of a match, signalled by the referee's whistle
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Claims have been made that by not registering, the No-side have avoided the public purse having to pay the cost of printing leaflets.
On this occasion they went even closer, yet by the time referee Huw Lewis blew for no-side, they'd still failed to record their first league win over the All Whites.
But the never-say-die home side responded, and when Wolverhampton gave away a penalty on their 10-metre line and were then marched back ten metres for dissent, centre Fletcher kept his nerve to land the winning kick into the wind - his first attempt of the afternoon - as the whistle blew for no-side.
Minutes after no-side, Crozier had also been the target for Melrose head-coach Gary Parker.
Stourbridge, with a narrow three-point edge, faced defeat minutes before no-side when Neil Kerfoot, who had earlier touched down twice, dashed for the line.
Tony Handley coolly added the conversion, the referee immediately signalled no-side and the Park celebrations began.
SRU disciplinary supremo Iain Goodall said: "The referee has the power to declare no-side at any time if he believes it would be dangerous to allow play to continue and in the circumstances we are investigating.
Gloucester's second half efforts were eventually rewarded with a try when just before no-side Richard Tombs found a gap.