the ball is given a no ball
The team that hit the ball over will get a point.
Getting the ball into the goal gives 3 points. Getting the ball over the bar is worth 1 point. This applies to both Gaelic Football and Hurling.
The ball is still technically in. According to the rules of volleyball, if it hits the net and goes over, it is still in.
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.
It counts as your point.
it is other a thirs and there will be a free pass to the other team.
if the ball goes over you shoulder in basketball it is a carry
If that happens the team who inbounded the ball turns over the possession to the opposing team.
If the ball hits the net and goes over during a serve, it is called a let and is not counted as a fault. If it doesn't go over it is counted as a fault. In play, if the ball touches the net but goes over it is counted and a point is given to the player who hit it; if a ball hits the net but it doesn't make it over, a point is given to the receiving player.
If it hits the net but does not go over then it is a sideout and the other team gets the ball. If it hits the net but goes over, it is playable and the other team must get it or lose a point.
The goal is H-shaped with a net below the crossbar, similar to a soccer goal and rugby goalposts being stuck together. Getting the ball over the bar gives one point and getting the ball into the net gives 3 points. Scoring is mainly done by hitting the ball with the Hurling stick. The ball can be kicked but not be thrown for a score.