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3 Rules of Hockey including explntions Effective from 1 Jnury 2015 Copyright FIH 2014 The Interntionl Hockey Federtion Rue du Vlentin 61 CH 1004 Lusnne Switzerlnd Tel. : Fx : E-mil : Internet : 1

4 Responsiility nd Liility Prticipnts in hockey must e wre of the Rules of Hockey nd of other informtion in this puliction. They re expected to perform ccording to the Rules. Emphsis is plced on sfety. Everyone involved in the gme must ct with considertion for the sfety of others. Relevnt ntionl legisltion must e oserved. Plyers must ensure tht their equipment does not constitute dnger to themselves or to others y virtue of its qulity, mterils or design. The Interntionl Hockey Federtion (FIH) does not ccept responsiility for ny defects or non-complince of fcilities nd is not lile for ny consequences resulting from their use. Any verifiction of fcilities or equipment conducted efore mtch is limited to ensuring n overll ppernce of complince nd sporting requirements. Umpires exercise n importnt role controlling the gme nd ensuring fir ply. Implementtion nd Authority The Rules of Hockey pply to ll hockey plyers nd officils. Ntionl Associtions hve discretion to decide the dte of implementtion t ntionl level. The dte of implementtion for interntionl competition is 1 Jnury The Rules re issued y the FIH Rules Committee under the uthority of the Interntionl Hockey Federtion. Copyright is held y the Interntionl Hockey Federtion. Avilility of the Rules Informtion out the vilility of the Rules on the FIH wesite nd out the purchse of Rules ooks is included t the end of this puliction. 2

5 CONTENTS Introduction... 4 Terminology... 9 PLAYING THE GAME 1 Field of ply Composition of tems Cptins Plyers clothing nd equipment Mtch nd result Strt nd re-strt the mtch Bll outside the field Method of scoring Conduct of ply : plyers Conduct of ply : golkeepers nd plyers with golkeeping privileges Conduct of ply : umpires Penlties Procedures for tking penlties Personl penlties UMPIRING 1 Ojectives Applying the rules Umpiring skills Umpiring signls FIELD AND EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS 1 Field nd field equipment Stick Bll Golkeeper s equipment Additionl Informtion Aville

6 Introduction THE Rules CYCLE The Rules in this new puliction re effective from 1 Jnury 2015 t interntionl level. Ntionl Associtions hve discretion to decide the dte of implementtion t ntionl level. A strting dte is specified ut not n end dte. We will void implementing chnges to these Rules efore the 2016 Olympic Gmes nd perhps eyond. However, in exceptionl circumstnces the Interntionl Hockey Federtion (FIH) retins the right to mke chnges which will e notified to Ntionl Associtions nd pulished on the FIH wesite : RULES REVIEW The FIH Rules Committee regulrly reviews ll the Rules of Hockey. It tkes ccount of informtion nd oservtions from wide vriety of sources including Ntionl Hockey Associtions, plyers, coches, officils, medi nd specttors together with mtch nd competition reports, video nlysis, Rules trils nd Tournment Regultions which vry the Rules. Ides which hve lredy een trilled with the FIH Rules Committee s pprovl in locl or limited circumstnces re especilly vlule. Rules chnges cn then e sed on prcticl experience. PLAYING RULES IN INTERNATIONAL MATCHES It is the intention of the Rules nd Competitions Committees to try nd reduce s fr s possile the numer of vritions to the Rules which occur through Tournment Regultions. These differences hve led to some confusion on the prt of plyers, officils, specttors nd television udiences. The Rules of Hockey nd FIH Tournment Regultions pply to ll Interntionl Hockey. The FIH Executive Bord hs greed tht the sme Rules nd FIH Tournment Regultions which vry the Rules of Hockey lso pply to the top domestic Legue level of Ntionl Assocition Hockey. This will ecome mndtory t top domestic 4

7 Legue level, with effect from 1 Septemer 2015, unless Ntionl Assocition wishes to opt out of prticulr Rules or Regultions which vry the Rules of Hockey y pplying to FIH to do so. The Rules of Hockey pply to ll levels of the gme, nd re effective from 1 Jnury 2015 t Interntionl level. It is importnt to note tht Ntionl Associtions hve discretion to decide the dte of their implementtion t Ntionl level. Additionlly, Ntionl Associtions my pply to FIH to opt out of prticulr Rules t levels elow their top domestic Legues nd/or for prticulr ge groups, should they so wish. This pproch helps ring the Rules nd Regultions closer together, s well s negting the need for either Mndtory or Non-Mndtory Experimentl Rules or Rules trils. A limited numer of vritions in the plying conditions through Regultion will continue to exist in top level Interntionl mtches plyed t FIH Tournments. These include the countdown clock for penlty corners nd the use of 4 x 15 minute qurters, which require dditionl technicl tle equipment nd resources. Similrly Video Umpire will only e used t FIH World level Tournments where the contrcted full television coverge nd fcilities enle vile system. All other mtches must e plyed in ccordnce with the Rules of Hockey unless otherwise greed y the FIH Rules Committee fter sumission y Ntionl Hockey Assocition. The procedure for Ntionl Associtions to pply to FIH to opt out of prticulr Rules or Regultions which vry the Rules of Hockey will e ville from the FIH wesite. RULES CHANGES The FIH Tournment Regultions which hve een incorported into the Rules of Hockey for 2015 re reking t penlty corner, the two minute green crd nd the use of the stick ove the shoulder. The reking t penlty corners Regultion hs effected significnt reduction in the numer of reks t Tournments, y oth ttckers nd defenders. As consequence, the requirement tht 5

8 penlty stroke e wrded for defenders persistently crossing the ck-line efore permitted hs een deleted. Breking t penlty corners cn now e mnged with this new Rule, noting tht the penlty stroke provision ws only rrely invoked. The two minute green crd will now provide n dditionl mngement id to umpires t ll levels. The ility to ply the ll with the stick ove the shoulder hs een in top level Interntionl hockey for well over yer. The skills of plyers to e le to control nd ply the ll ove shoulder height hve drmticlly improved over short period of time, nd dds nother dimension nd set of skills to the gme. Any sfety fers t vrious levels or ge groups in competitions elow top domestic Ntionl Legue level my e llyed y the possiility for Ntionl Associtions to opt out of this prticulr Rule. Two Rules chnges hve een included. The first is the ility to tke ttcking free hits, wrded within 5 metres of the edge of the circle, from the point of the offence. The ll still hs to trvel t lest 5 metres efore it cn e plyed into the circle, or lterntively hs to e touched y nother plyer of either tem, other thn the plyer tking the free hit. Hving to tke the ll ck to the 5 metres dotted line slowed the ply nd ws seen s rel disdvntge to the ttcking tem nd the flow of the gme. The second chnge concerns the re-strt fter the ll hs unintentionlly een plyed over the ck-line y defender or deflected y golkeeper or plyer with golkeeping privileges, nd no gol is scored. Ply will now e re-strted with the ll on the 23 metres line nd in line with where it crossed the ck-line. The previous re-strt, commonly known s corner, ws seen n inefficient nd ineffective re-strt with the ll often ecoming trpped in the corners of the pitch. Tking the re-strt from the 23 metres line opens up the ply nd gives more pssing options. Another Rules deletion is tht of the ility to progress free hit y up to 10 metres. This hs ecome redundnt with the new free hit Rules nd the ility to self-pss, while ny other misconduct cn e mnged using other Rules or personl penlties. 6

9 There is slight djustment to the stick specifiction, with mximum length eing specified for the first time, which rings this into line with the indoor Rule nd FIH Regultion chnges. There is lso lifting of the n on certin types of fce msks, in prticulr those with metl grills, recognising tht the primry ojective of wering fce msk to defend penlty corner should e sfety. Nevertheless plyers wering fce msks re not permitted to conduct themselves in mnner which is dngerous to other plyers y tking dvntge of the protective equipment tht they wer. Otherwise, ll other chnges in this edition of the Rules re clrifictions of existing Rules. To drw ttention to ll chnges, even these minor points of clrifiction, line ppers in the mrgin of ny text which hs een chnged. APPLYING THE Rules The FIH Rules Committee continues to e concerned tht some Rules re not pplied consistently. Rule 7.4.c: ll intentionlly plyed over the ck-line y defender nd no gol is scored. If it is cler tht the ction is intentionl, umpires should not hesitte to wrd penlty corner. Rule 9.12: ostruction. Umpires should penlise shielding the ll with the stick more strictly. They should lso look out for tckling plyer who y pushing or lening on n opponent cuses them to lose possession of the ll. Rule 13.2.: ll sttionry t free hit. Umpires re sometimes not strict enough on requiring the ll to e sttionry, leit very riefly, for free hit especilly if it is tken using self-pss. Rules DEVELOPMENT We elieve our sport is enjoyle to ply, officite in nd wtch. Nevertheless, we will continue to seek wys of mking our gme even more enjoyle for ll its prticipnts while retining its unique nd 7

10 ttrctive chrcteristics. This enles our sport to develop which is necessry in world which mkes lrge demnds on personl time nd in which recretion nd sport cn contriute to personl welleing. The FIH Rules Committee will therefore continue to welcome suggestions for Rules developments or for clrifiction of current Rules especilly from Ntionl Hockey Associtions. Ntionl Associtions re n importnt primry source of dvice nd guidnce ut, if pproprite, Rules suggestions or questions cn e sent y emil to or to the FIH postl ddress. MEMBERSHIP OF THE FIH RULES committee, 2014 : Chir : Secretry : Dvid Collier Richrd Wilson Memers : Christin Blsch Peter Elders Clive McMurry Ktrin Powell Eric Donegni Mrgret Hunnll Rmesh Ptel Alin Renud Beth Smith 8

11 Plyer Tem TERMINOLOGY One of the prticipnts in tem. A tem consists of mximum of sixteen persons composed of mximum of eleven plyers on the field nd up to five sustitutes. This my e mended y Regultion to mximum of eighteen plyers. Field Plyer One of the prticipnts on the field other thn the golkeeper. Golkeeper One of the prticipnts of ech tem on the field who wers full protective equipment comprising t lest hedger, leg gurds nd kickers nd who is lso permitted to wer golkeeping hnd protectors nd other protective equipment. Field Plyer with Golkeeping Privileges One of the prticipnts on the field who does not wer full protective equipment ut who hs golkeeping privileges ; this plyer wers different colour shirt to their other tem memers s identifiction. Attck (Attcker) The tem (plyer) which (who) is trying to score gol. Defence (Defender) The tem (plyer) which (who) is trying to prevent gol eing scored. Bck-line The shorter (55 metres) perimeter line. Gol-line The ck-line etween the gol-posts. Side-line The longer (91.40 metres) perimeter line. 9

12 Circle The re enclosed y nd including the two qurter circles nd the lines joining them t ech end of the field opposite the centre of the ck-lines. 23 metres re The re enclosed y nd including the line cross the field metres from ech ck-line, the relevnt prt of the side-lines, nd the ck-line. Plying the ll : field plyer Stopping, deflecting or moving the ll with the stick. Shot t gol The ction of n ttcker ttempting to score y plying the ll towrds the gol from within the circle. The ll my miss the gol ut the ction is still shot t gol if the plyer s intention is to score with shot directed towrds the gol. Hit Striking or slpping the ll using swinging movement of the stick towrds the ll. Slp hitting the ll, which involves long pushing or sweeping movement with the stick efore mking contct with the ll, is regrded s hit. Push Flick Moving the ll long the ground using pushing movement of the stick fter the stick hs een plced close to the ll. When push is mde, oth the ll nd the hed of the stick re in contct with the ground. Pushing the ll so tht it is rised off the ground. Scoop Rising the ll off the ground y plcing the hed of the stick under the ll nd using lifting movement. 10

13 Forehnd Plying ll which is to the right of the plyer in forwrds direction. Plying distnce The distnce within which plyer is cple of reching the ll to ply it. Tckle An ction to stop n opponent retining possession of the ll. Offence An ction contrry to the Rules which my e penlised y n umpire. 11

14 1 Field of ply PLAYING THE GAME The informtion elow provides simplified description of the field of ply. Detiled specifictions of the field nd equipment re provided in seprte section t the end of these Rules. 1.1 The field of ply is rectngulr, metres long nd metres wide. 1.2 Side-lines mrk the longer perimeters of the field ; cklines mrk the shorter perimeters of the field. 1.3 The gol-lines re the prts of the ck-lines etween the gol-posts. 1.4 A centre-line is mrked cross the middle of the field. 1.5 Lines known s 23 metres lines re mrked cross the field metres from ech ck-line. 1.6 Ares referred to s the circles re mrked inside the field round the gols nd opposite the centres of the cklines. 1.7 Penlty spots 150 mm in dimeter re mrked in front of the centre of ech gol with the centre of ech spot 6.40 metres from the inner edge of the gol-line. 1.8 All lines re 75 mm wide nd re prt of the field of ply. 1.9 Flg-posts etween 1.20 nd 1.50 metres in height re plced t ech corner of the field Gols re positioned outside the field of ply t the centre of nd touching ech ck-line. 12

15 2 Composition of tems 2.1 A mximum of eleven plyers from ech tem tke prt in ply t ny prticulr time during the mtch. If tem hs more thn the permitted numer of plyers on the field, time should e stopped to correct the sitution. A personl penlty my e wrded ginst the cptin of the tem involved, if indvertently hving too mny plyers on the pitch occurs for very short period of time nd does not mterilly ffect the mtch. In cses where this occurs nd mterilly ffects the mtch, personl penlty must e wrded ginst the cptin of the tem involved. Decisions tken prior to correcting the sitution cnnot e chnged. Ply nd time is restrted with free hit to the opposing tem unless nother penlty hd een wrded ginst the offending tem immeditely efore time ws stopped in which cse tht penlty is tken. 2.2 Ech tem hs either golkeeper or plyer with golkeeping privileges on the field or plys only with field plyers. Ech tem my ply with : golkeeper wering different colour shirt nd full protective equipment comprising t lest hedger, leg gurds nd kickers ; this plyer is referred to in these Rules s golkeeper ; or field plyer with golkeeping privileges wering different colour shirt nd who my wer protective hedger (ut not leg gurds nd kickers or other golkeeping protective equipment) when inside their defending 13

16 23 metres re ; they must wer protective hedger when defending penlty corner or penlty stroke ; this plyer is referred to in these Rules s plyer with golkeeping privileges ; or only field plyers ; no plyer hs golkeeping privileges or wers different colour shirt ; no plyer my wer protective hedger except fce msk when defending penlty corner or penlty stroke ; ll tem plyers wer the sme colour shirt. Any chnge etween these options must tke plce s sustitution. 2.3 Ech tem is permitted to sustitute from its plyers not on the field of ply : sustitution is permitted t ny time except within the period from the wrd of penlty corner until fter it hs een completed ; during this period sustitution is only permitted for injury to or suspension of the defending golkeeper or defending plyer with golkeeping privileges If nother penlty corner is wrded efore completion of the previous penlty corner, sustitution other thn for n injured or suspended defending golkeeper or defending plyer with golkeeping privileges must not tke plce until tht susequent penlty corner hs een completed. At penlty corner, defending golkeeper (ie wering full protective equipment) who is injured or suspended my e sustituted y nother golkeeper wering full protective equipment or y plyer with golkeeping privileges. 14

17 At penlty corner, defending plyer with golkeeping privileges who is injured or suspended my e sustituted y nother plyer with golkeeping privileges nd not y golkeeper wering full protective equipment. If tem hs only field plyers, no sustitution is permitted t penlty corner until it hs een completed. If the golkeeper or plyer with golkeeping privileges is suspended, the offending tem plys with one fewer plyer. there is no limit to the numer of plyers who re permitted to e sustituted t the sme time or to the numer of times ny plyer is permitted to sustitute or e sustituted c sustitution of plyer is permitted only fter tht plyer hs left the field d e f sustitutions re not permitted for suspended plyers during their suspension fter completing suspension, plyer is permitted to e sustituted without first returning to the field field plyers must leve or enter the field for sustitution purposes within 3 metres of the centre-line on side of the field greed with the umpires g time is stopped for sustitution of golkeepers (ie wering full protective equipment) ut not for other sustitutions. Time is stopped riefly to permit golkeeper who is wering full protective equipment to tke prt in sustitution. The time stoppge is not extended for golkeeper to put on or tke off protective equipment 15

18 s prt of sustitution including following golkeeper injury or suspension. If necessry, ply should continue with plyer with golkeeping privileges nd wering different coloured shirt or only with field plyers while sustitute golkeeper puts on or tkes off protective equipment. 2.4 Field plyers who leve the field for injury tretment, refreshment, to chnge equipment or for some reson other thn sustitution re only permitted to re-enter etween the 23 metres res on the side of the field used for sustitutions. Leving nd re-entering the field s prt of ply (eg when defender puts on fce msk t penlty corner) tkes plce t ny pproprite prt of the field. 2.5 No persons other thn field plyers, plyers with golkeeping privileges, golkeepers nd umpires re permitted on the field during the mtch without the permission of n umpire. 2.6 Plyers on or off the field re under the jurisdiction of the umpires throughout the mtch including the hlf-time intervl. 2.7 A plyer who is injured or leeding must leve the field unless medicl resons prevent this nd must not return until wounds hve een covered ; plyers must not wer lood stined clothing. 3 Cptins 3.1 One plyer of ech tem must e ppointed s cptin. 3.2 A replcement cptin must e ppointed when cptin is suspended. 3.3 Cptins must wer distinctive rm-nd or similr 16

19 distinguishing rticle on n upper rm or shoulder or over the upper prt of sock. 3.4 Cptins re responsile for the ehviour of ll plyers on their tem nd for ensuring tht sustitutions of plyers on their tem re crried out correctly. A personl penlty is wrded if cptin does not exercise these responsiilities. 4 Plyers clothing nd equipment Competition Regultions ville from the FIH provide dditionl informtion nd requirements out plyers clothing, personl equipment nd dvertising. Refer lso to regultions estlished y Continentl Federtions nd Ntionl Associtions. 4.1 Field plyers of the sme tem must wer uniform clothing. 4.2 Plyers must not wer nything which is dngerous to other plyers. Field plyers : re permitted to wer gloves for protection which do not increse the nturl size of the hnds significntly ; re recommended to wer shin, nkle nd mouth protection ; re permitted to wer throughout mtch for medicl resons only smooth preferly trnsprent or white ut otherwise single coloured fce msk which closely fits the fce, soft protective hed-covering or eye protection in the form of plstic goggles (ie goggles with soft-covered frme nd 17

20 plstic lenses) ; the medicl resons must e ssessed y n pproprite uthority nd the plyer concerned must understnd the possile implictions of plying with the medicl condition ; re permitted to wer smooth preferly trnsprent or white ut otherwise single coloured fce msk or metl grill fce msk, which follows the contours of the fce, when defending penlty corner or penlty stroke for the durtion of tht penlty corner or penlty stroke nd when they re inside the circle they re defending ; the primry ojective of wering fce msk to defend penlty corner is sfety; wering of fce msks which re consistent with the underlying spirit of this guidnce should e llowed; re not permitted, when wering fce msks, to conduct themselves in mnner which is dngerous to other plyers y tking dvntge of the protective equipment they wer ; other thn plyers with golkeeping privileges, re not permitted to wer protective hedger (fce msk or other protective hed covering) in ny other circumstnces. 4.3 Golkeepers nd plyers with golkeeping privileges must wer single coloured shirt or grment which is different in colour from tht of oth tems. Golkeepers (ie wering full protective equipment) must wer this shirt or grment over ny upper ody protection. 4.4 Golkeepers must wer protective equipment comprising t lest hedger, leg gurds nd kickers except tht the hedger nd ny hnd protectors my e removed when tking penlty stroke. 18

21 The following re permitted for use only y fully equipped golkeepers : ody, upper rm, elow, forerm, hnd, thigh nd knee protectors, leg gurds nd kickers. 4.5 A plyer with golkeeping privileges my wer protective hedger when inside their defending 23 metres re ; they must wer protective hedger when defending penlty corner or penlty stroke. Protective hedger incorporting helmet with fixed full-fce protection nd cover for the entire hed nd throt is recommended for golkeepers nd plyers with golkeeping privileges. 4.6 Clothing or protective equipment which significntly increses the nturl size of golkeeper s ody or re of protection is not permitted. 4.7 The stick hs trditionl shpe with hndle nd curved hed which is flt on its left side : the stick must e smooth nd must not hve ny rough or shrp prts inclusive of ny dditionl coverings used, the stick must e le to pss through ring with n interior dimeter of 51 mm c d ny curvture long the length of the stick (the rke or ow) must hve continuous smooth profile long the whole length, must occur long the fce side or the ck of the stick ut not oth nd is limited to depth of 25 mm the stick must conform with the specifiction greed y the FIH Rules Committee. 4.8 The ll is sphericl, hrd nd white (or n greed colour which contrsts with the plying surfce). 19

22 Detiled specifictions of the stick, ll nd golkeeper s equipment re provided in seprte section t the end of these Rules. 5 Mtch nd result 5.1 A mtch consists of two periods of 35 minutes nd hlftime intervl of 5 minutes. Other periods nd intervl my e greed y oth tems except s specified in Regultions for prticulr competitions. If time expires just efore n umpire would otherwise hve mde decision, umpires re permitted to mke tht decision immeditely fter the end of the first period or the mtch. If n incident rises immeditely efore the end of the first period (hlf) or the end of the mtch which requires review y the umpires, the review my e conducted even though time hs susequently een completed nd signlled. The review should tke plce immeditely nd ction tken to revert to nd correct the sitution s pproprite. 5.2 The tem scoring the most gols is the winner ; if no gols re scored, or if the tems score n equl numer of gols, the mtch is drwn. Informtion out Shoot-out competition s wy of reching result in drwn mtch is included in Competition Regultions which re ville, if required, from the FIH wesite. 20

23 6 Strt nd re-strt the mtch 6.1 A coin is tossed : c the tem which wins the toss hs the choice of which gol to ttck in the first hlf of the mtch or to strt the mtch with centre pss if the tem winning the toss chooses which gol to ttck in the first hlf of the mtch, the opposing tem strts the mtch if the tem winning the toss chooses to strt the mtch, the opposing tem hs the choice of which gol to ttck in the first hlf of the mtch. 6.2 Direction of ply is reversed in the second hlf of the mtch. 6.3 A centre pss is tken : c to strt the mtch y plyer from the tem winning the toss if they chose this option ; otherwise y plyer from the opposing tem to re-strt the mtch fter hlf-time y plyer of the tem which did not tke the centre pss to strt the mtch fter gol y plyer of the tem ginst which the gol ws scored. 6.4 Tking centre pss : c tken t the centre of the field it is permitted to ply the ll in ny direction ll plyers other thn the plyer tking the centre pss must e in the hlf of the field which includes the gol they re defending 21

24 d the procedures for tking free hit pply. 6.5 A ully tkes plce to re-strt mtch when time or ply hs een stopped for n injury or for ny other reson nd no penlty hs een wrded : c d ully is tken close to the loction of the ll when ply ws stopped ut not within 15 metres of the ckline nd not within 5 metres of the circle the ll is plced etween one plyer from ech tem who fce ech other with the gol they re defending to their right the two plyers strt with their sticks on the ground to the right of the ll nd then tp the flt fces of their sticks together once just over the ll fter which either plyer is permitted to ply the ll ll other plyers must e t lest 5 metres from the ll. 6.6 A free hit is tken y defender 15 metres in front of the centre of the gol-line to re-strt mtch when penlty stroke hs een completed nd no gol hs een scored. 7 Bll outside the field 7.1 The ll is out of ply when it psses completely over the side-line or ck-line. 7.2 Ply is restrted y plyer of the tem which ws not the lst tem to touch or ply the ll efore it went out of ply. 7.3 When the ll trvels over the side-line, ply is re-strted where the ll crossed the line nd the procedures for tking free hit pply. 22

25 7.4 When the ll is plyed over the ck-line nd no gol is scored : if plyed y n ttcker, ply is re-strted with the ll up to 15 metres from nd in line with where it crossed the ck-line nd the procedures for tking free hit pply if plyed unintentionlly y defender or deflected y golkeeper or plyer with golkeeping privileges, ply is re-strted with the ll on the 23 metres line nd in line with where it crossed the ck-line nd the procedures for tking free hit pply With the ll eing plced on the line, the re-strt is effectively within the 23 metres re nd the provisions for tking free hit re pplicle c if plyed intentionlly y defender, unless deflected y golkeeper or plyer with golkeeping privileges, ply is re-strted with penlty corner. 8 Method of scoring 8.1 A gol is scored when the ll is plyed within the circle y n ttcker nd does not trvel outside the circle efore pssing completely over the gol-line nd under the crossr. The ll my e plyed y defender or touch their ody efore or fter eing plyed in the circle y n ttcker. 9 Conduct of ply : plyers Plyers re expected to ct responsily t ll times. 9.1 A mtch is plyed etween two tems with not more thn eleven plyers of ech tem on the field t the sme time. 23

26 9.2 Plyers on the field must hold their stick nd not use it in dngerous wy. Plyers must not lift their stick over the heds of other plyers. 9.3 Plyers must not touch, hndle or interfere with other plyers or their sticks or clothing. 9.4 Plyers must not intimidte or impede nother plyer. 9.5 Plyers must not ply the ll with the ck of the stick. 9.6 Plyers must not hit the ll hrd on the forehnd with the edge of the stick. This does not prohiit use of the edge of the stick on the forehnd in controlled ction in tckle, when rising the ll in controlled wy over n opponent s stick or over golkeeper or plyer with golkeeping privileges who is lying on the ground or when using long pushing motion long the ground. The use of the edge of the stick on the ckhnd hs developed s technicl skill nd is permitted suject to dnger. 9.7 Plyers my stop, receive nd deflect or ply the ll in controlled mnner in ny prt of the field when the ll is t ny height including ove the shoulder unless this is dngerous or leds to dnger. 9.8 Plyers must not ply the ll dngerously or in wy which leds to dngerous ply. A ll is considered dngerous when it cuses legitimte evsive ction y plyers. The penlty is wrded where the ction cusing the dnger took plce. 24

27 9.9 Plyers must not intentionlly rise the ll from hit except for shot t gol. A rised hit must e judged explicitly on whether or not it is rised intentionlly. It is not n offence to rise the ll unintentionlly from hit, including free hit, nywhere on the field unless it is dngerous. If the ll is rised over n opponent s stick or ody on the ground, even within the circle, it is permitted unless judged to e dngerous. Plyers re permitted to rise the ll with flick or scoop provided it is not dngerous. A flick or scoop towrds n opponent within 5 metres is considered dngerous. If n opponent is clerly running into the shot or into the ttcker without ttempting to ply the ll with their stick, they should e penlised for dngerous ply Plyers must not pproch within 5 metres of n opponent receiving flling rised ll until it hs een received, controlled nd is on the ground. The initil receiver hs right to the ll. If it is not cler which plyer is the initil receiver, the plyer of the tem which rised the ll must llow the opponent to receive it Field plyers must not stop, kick, propel, pick up, throw or crry the ll with ny prt of their ody. It is not lwys n offence if the ll hits the foot, hnd or ody of field plyer. The plyer only commits n offence if they gin n dvntge or if they position themselves with the intention of stopping the ll in this wy. It is not n offence if the ll hits the hnd holding the stick ut would otherwise hve hit the stick. 25

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