There's Moorhouse, first reserve, but he is trained as a half, and he always edges right in on to the scrum instead of keeping out on the touchline
Rather than handing out minor touchline
bans to individuals, why not do what cricket and rugby does, make the touchlines
a mob-in-tracksuitfree environment?
If someone shouts from there they stand out, whereas on the touchlines
they can mingle in with all the other parents.
Angry dads, and sometimes mums, are yelling such abuse from the touchlines
that referees are forced to call a halt.
Sadly, this is not a new phenomenon and there is a danger that the stroppy parents' stroppy kids - one 12-year-old vowed to beat up a ref's son - will eventually take their place on the touchlines
Ball and Roeder have both clashed on the touchline
before during an Academy game, but yesterday the pair prowled the touchlines
for real in the heat of the Premiership.
Parents who break the code of conduct they have signed face being banned from the touchlines
or even thrown out of the club.
TOP inter-county managers will continue to patrol the Croke Park touchlines
in 2006 - despite an invite into the stand from GAA officials.