NO not unless it meets these requirements
'Kicked directly into touch' means that the ball
'Kicked directly into touch' means that the ball was kicked into touch without
landing on the playing area, and without touching a player or the referee.
'The 22' is the area between the goal line and the 22-metre line, including the 22- metre line but excluding the goal line.
The line of touch is an imaginary line in the field of play at right angles to the
touchline through the place where the ball is thrown in.The ball is in touch when it is not being carried by a player and it touches the touchline or anything or anyone on or beyond the touchline.The ball is in touch when a player is carrying it and the ball carrier (or the ball)
touches the touchline or the ground beyond the touchline. The place where the
ball carrier (or the ball) touched or crossed the touchline is where it went into
The ball is in touch if a player catches the ball and that player has a foot on the
touchline or the ground beyond the touchline. If a player has one foot in the field
of play and one foot in touch and holds the ball, the ball is in touch.
If the ball crosses the touchline or touch-in-goal line, and is caught by a player
who has both feet in the playing area, the ball is not in touch or touch-in-goal.
Such a player may knock the ball into the playing area.
If a player jumps and catches the ball, both feet must land in the playing area
otherwise the ball is in touch or touch-in-goal.
A player in touch may kick or knock the ball, but not hold it, provided it has not
crossed the plane of the touchline. The plane of the touchline is the vertical space rising immediately above the touchline
the touch lines are the lines of the pitch that run from goal area to goal area> This indicate the peripheral sides of the pitch when the ball touches it or goes over it the ball is out of play and a line out takes place to the defending side
A throw-in is awarded when the ball leaves the field across a touch line.
To get the ball over the line and score. Then to kick the ball over the posts to get the conversion. Also for enjoyment and for fitness.
a try is when the ball is touched over the try line. a goal is when the ball is kicked between the post from the ground. a drop goal is when the ball is dropped from the hands and kicked through the post .. the ball must touch the floor ...
When the ball is kicked past the try line it is still in play, which means that if the attacking team dives on it it is a try, if the defensive team touch down on it, it is a 10 yard drop out to them. If the ball continues rolling on past the try line and over the dead ball line the ball goes dead and is brought back for a drop out.
why did the rugby balls change
To score a rugby try a player must place the ball on the ground on or over the try line. Or on the ground immediately adjacent to the goal posts.
In association football, the ball must completely pass over the line: on is in.In American football and rugby football, any contact with the line makes the ball or player out of play: on is out.
A kick off is what starts a soccer game. You put the ball in the middle of the field on the line. the ball must go over the line with the first touch. No one player can touch the ball twice during a kick off. You can then do whatever you want with the ball.
basically - a team will carry the rugby ball, passing backwards or kicking the ball forward to reach the opposing teams goal line. The ball will then require grounding by placing the hand of the attacking player on the ball as it touches or goes over the in goal area.
rugby started just as rugby there was no rugby union or rugby league it was just rugby. the stiry goes that some people where playing football(soccer) in Bath and for some reason, one guy picked up the ball and ran through everyone and put the ball down over the line and later said he learned how to do that in ireland.
John Harrison St Helens forward