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Page 229 - In all cases the kicker's side must be behind the ball when it is kicked, but may not charge until it has been kicked.
Page 227 - ... the ball or tackle an opponent holding the ball, except as provided for in Laws 15 and 16. The ball may be passed or knocked from one player to another provided it is not passed, knocked or thrown forward by hand or arm. 14. Knock-on or Throw-forward A knock-on occurs when the ball is propelled by the hand or arm of a player in the direction of his opponents...
Page 224 - ... 3. A PUNT is made by letting the ball fall from the hands and kicking it before it touches the ground. 4. EACH GOAL shall...
Page 227 - SIDE if he enters a scrummage from his opponents' side, or being in a scrummage, gets in front of the ball, or when the ball has been kicked, touched, or is being run with by any of his own side behind him (ie, between himself and his goal-line.) No player can be off side in his own goal.
Page 234 - By an individual — A. — Asking, receiving, or relying on a promise, direct or implied, to receive any money consideration whatever, actual or prospective ; any employment or advancement ; any establishment in business ; or any compensation whatever for : — (a) Playing football, or rendering any service to a football organisation.
Page 144 - There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamed of in your philosophy.
Page 229 - In case of a fair catch the opposite side may come up to and charge from anywhere on or behind a line drawn through the mark made by the player who has made the catch and parallel to their own goal-line; but in the case of a fair catch from...
Page 236 - At any match or contest where it is previously agreed that less than 15 players on each side shall take part. H. — Knowingly playing or allowing its members to play with or against any expelled or suspended player or club. /. — Refusing to produce its books or documents, or to allow its officials or members to give evidence or to assist in carrying out these rules when requested by the Union to do so.
Page 224 - DOWN is when a player, putting his hand upon the ball on the ground, in touch or in goal, stops it so that it remains dead or fairly so. 10. A TACKLE is when the holder of the ball is held by one or more players of the opposite side.