What is a crossing in volleyball?

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Crossing is when an attacking player is deemed to deliberately obstruct a defender, which then releases the ball carrier through a gap created by this obstruction. If it goes unnoticed, it can very often lead to a try, but if noticed, is a penalty to the defending team.

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crossing over the line

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