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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyS View Post
    My understanding is, no; Gigs has described how the maul finishes. If the maul split into two groups both on their feet, the attacking players in the pod without the ball would have been called for obstruction. If they had been individually stripped off or there had been a partial collapse and the pod carrying the ball had continued, then it would have still been a maul even without defenders.
    I thought the maul is over (as the description of a maul no longer fits), you've got one of them "flying wedgie" things - so obstructionness abounds.

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    Nah, the laws just describe how a maul begins and how it ends. Like a ruck, once it is formed it continues until it is over.

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