The ball-steal rule is set to be dropped by the Rugby Football League after only one season.
The rule, copied from Australia’s NRL in 2021, permits a participant to steal the ball from an opponent if his team-mates drop off the sort out in time.
But it created confusion and issue for referees in deciding whether or not gamers had fallen off the sort out.
Now the governing physique’s legal guidelines committee will search RFL board approval to take away the rule from the beginning of 2022.
A spokesman stated: “Members were unanimous in their view that the law be rolled back to its 2021 interpretation and that the RFL should lobby the International Rugby League for the law’s removal from the international game from 2022.”
The committee additionally thought-about bringing again scrums to the home sport however determined it was nonetheless too early and agreed to take a look at the difficulty once more in a month’s time.
Scrums have been faraway from matches when the Super League season resumed final August in a bid to reduce down on the variety of shut contacts in the course of the coronavirus pandemic.
Scrums stay within the worldwide legal guidelines and will likely be used within the World Cup later this yr in England.