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first_imgTry time: Sofiane Guitoune scores a try for France, but should it be worth six points? We want to know what you think about this. Do you think this will stop teams milking penalties or drop-goals and trying to claim more tries, or do you think this is a waste of time? Take the poll below and leave a comment too… Are you in favour of rugby adopting the six-point try? (Poll Closed) No  52.02%      Yes  47.98%      Create Your Own Poll   Are you in favour of rugby adopting the six-point try? At the moment the Welsh Premiership are trialling a new points system where a try is worth six points and all kicks – from drop-goals to penalties and conversions – are worth just two points.The experiment, which has been sanctioned by World Rugby, is being conducted throughout the 2015-16 Principality Premiership and the WRU U18 Wednesday League seasons in Wales. And at the start of September, Pontypridd’s Alex Webber scored the game’s first six-point try. The hope is that the trial will reveal whether an increase in the points-value for a try and a decrease in the points-value of penalties and drop-goals will encourage more running rugby. The current points system has only been in place since 1992, when a try moved from a value of four points to five and now the powers that be are considering the merits of upping the value of a try again. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALSlast_img read more

first_imgThe release detailed the driver of the pick-up truck was taken to Medical Center Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.ECSO charged Howell with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and evading in a vehicle, state jail felonies.Howell was taken to the Ector County Detention Center and no bond has been set yet. Ector County Sheriff’s Office deputies engaged in a pursuit after attempting to make a traffic stop for stolen vehicle. According to an ECSO news release said, Nicholas Howell, 25, led officers in pursuit, which began at 26th Street and Mockingbird Avenue. Howell is being charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle and evading arrest in a vehicle, the release stated. A man is in custody following a high-speed pursuit of a stolen vehicle that ended in a major crash Tuesday evening.Ector County deputies initiated a traffic stop around 4 p.m. at 26th Street and Mockingbird Lane on a vehicle reported stolen, an Ector County Sheriff’s Office news release said.The suspect, 25-year-old Nicholas Howell, attempted to evade officers, initiating a high-speed pursuit that lasted around 30 minutes, the release stated.Howell reportedly rear ended a white pick-up truck, causing it to veer off and hit a telephone pole near Gage Street and Dixie Boulevard, before being stopped near 42nd Street and Dixie Boulevard, the release stated. Southern Style Potato SaladSmoked Bacon Wrapped French Vidalia OnionSummer Spaghetti SaladPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay Police searching for woman connected to husband’s death Pinterest Twitter WhatsApp Local NewsCrime Man charged following high-speed pursuit 1 of 2 Facebook By admin – March 6, 2018 center_img Ector County Sheriff’s Office deputies engaged in a pursuit after attempting to make a traffic stop for stolen vehicle. According to an ECSO news release said, Nicholas Howell, 25, led officers in pursuit, which began at 26th Street and Mockingbird Avenue. Howell is being charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle and evading arrest in a vehicle, the release stated. Home Local News Crime Man charged following high-speed pursuit WhatsApp Twitter Nicholas Howell Pinterest Previous article22 charged in Odessa DWI assignmentNext articleEctor County JP Pct. 2 candidates going to runoff admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Youngsters urged to be safe over graduation weekends Facebook Police searching for man connected to hit and run last_img read more