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.
Yes, absolutely right.
In the very beginnings the aim of the game was to get the ball and run toward the opposing "goal line", this is where the goal posts were situated of course. When you got over the line by what was then, legal means you could try to kick the ball over the posts. This was "converting the try in to a goal". The term converting a try still remains"
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
If the ball legally goes over or sits ON the try line by either an attacking or defending playre and an attacking player lays hands on it in downward pressure before a defender then its a try.
If the ball goes over or sits on the line legally by an attacking player and a defender touches the ball down before an attacking player with a hand in downward pressure its a 22 meter drop out to the defending team
If a ball goes over or sits on the line legally by a defending player and a defender touches the ball down with a hand in downward pressure then its an attacking team 5 meter scrum
If a ball is carried over the line or on the line by an attacking player legally and the ball is placed down with hand pressure then a try is awarded.
If a ball is carried over the line by a defending player and and the ball is placed down with hand pressure then a a 5 meter scrum is awarded to the attacking team.
If you drop the ball forward in Rugby, it is called an "knock on", that means the ball has to be handed over to the other team
If the ball goes back, it is play on.
ask your pe teacher
a line out
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.
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.
in rugby union there are not set amount of tackles, if you've got the ball you keep the ball. in rugby union there are not set amount of tackles, if you've got the ball you keep the ball.
The lines are part of the soccer field when the ball is in play. We know that the Laws of the Game require that a ball cross wholly over the touch line to be in touch (out of play), or wholly over the goal line within the goal to be a goal (fouls or other infractions of the Laws of the Game aside).
Tackle ball carrier ONLY pass backward or "flat to a team player Place the ball with hand contact on or over the opposiing teams goal line
No its not allowed
Six: i.e. on the sixth touch the call is handed over to the defending team.
Yes, so long as you are on side (behind the goal kicker) when the ball is kicked.
A roll-ball in touch is were u put the ball down at your feet then step over it and the dummy picks it up
No you are not allowed to attempt a drop goal off a kick off in rugby- even if the ball does manage to go through no pints will be awarded.
In order to be a touchback, a punted (or kicked-off) ball must reach the goal line. Any part of the ball can be over any part of the line, just as in touchdowns or two-point tries. The ball does not need to travel all the way to the back of the end zone.
May I suggest looking at the IRB website for additional information as wellhowever, here in basic is the lineout and its fundamental rules.Used in rugby union, a line-out is awarded to a member of the opposing team if the ball is kicked into touch (out of the field of play) during a match. A line-out requires each team to form a line of players across the pitch at a distance of 1 metre apart from each other with the line of touch passing through the centre of the gap. The line-out must span between 5 and 15 m from the touchline where the ball is being thrown-in from. The ball is then thrown in from off the pitch by the hooker of the team in possession and the players attempt to catch the ball or to pass it down to the scrum-half, who is usually positioned just outside of the line-out in a close enough position to receive the ball once a member of their team has caught it.The members of the team who are not in the line-out and are not the scrum-half must stand at least 10 m from the line-out. Once a player has caught the ball, they may hold on to it, allowing a maul to form, and the line-out is classified as being over once the maul moves over the line of touch. Otherwise the line-out is over when the ball is passed out of the line to a player waiting outside the line-out or when a player moves away from the line-out with the ball.The way in which the ball was kicked into touch determines where the line-out is taken from. If the ball bounces into touch, the ball is thrown-in from the place the ball left the field but, if it is kicked into touch, the ball is thrown-in where the kick was taken from. During the formation of a line-out, the players of the throwing-in team will speak to each other by code before the hooker throws the ball in order to communicate to all members of the team (and especially the hooker) who the ball should thrown to, what that player will do with the ball if they catch it and what their follow-up tactic will be. The line-out code used is usually relatively complex to prevent the opposing team from anticipating the tactic.Rules of a line-outEach team must have a minimum of two players and a maximum of fourteen players in the line-out (the fifteenth player must throw the ball in).The throwing-in team may choose how many players from each team will be included in the line-out (seven players on each team is the usual number selected).The opposing team are not permitted to have more players in the line-out than the throwing-in team but they are permitted to have less.Team-mates may support a player who jumps up from the ball but officially they are not allowed to lift another player (a rule that is rarely upheld).Players are not allowed to tackle a player of the opposing team when they are jumping for the ball.Players are not allowed to use a member of the opposition as support when they are jumping to catch the ball.A player jumping for the ball may not use the outside of their arm to move the ball away from the line-out.No player is allowed to move into the gap between the opposing lines unless they are in the act of jumping for the ball.Players are not permitted to charge at another player, hold them down or push them during a line-out.The ball must travel for a minimum of 5 metres before a player in the line-out is permitted to catch the ball.The hooker throwing-in the ball is permitted to throw the ball so that it travels over the line-out and 15 metres from the throw-in point. If this happens, one of the players who is positioned 10 metres from the line-out may run forward to catch the ball, but if the ball does not travel the full 15 metres and a player moves beyond 10 metres, they will be penalised.The hooker must stand behind the touch line when making their throw.If the hooker does not throw the ball in a straight line, the throw-in will be taken again with the opposing team in possession.If an offence is committed, the referee may award a penalty or free kick to a member of the opposing team.