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Yes, if you attack the ball, and the blocker makes any contact with the ball, and it comes back to your side, then your hits are reset (otherwise a block to your side would be a guaranteed point for them every time) and you can once again take up to
Update: The below answer was valid at the time it was posted, however, the rules changed dramatically, and now any contact with the net by a player between the antennae, during the action of playing the ball, is a fault. (With explicit inclusion of t
Note that while a no ball and a wide ball are types of delivery, dead ball is a state. Put simply, the ball is not dead whenever it is in play. According to Law 23
According to wikipedia offensive fouls are personal fouls. A personal foul against a player of the team in possession of the ball is called an offensive foul. What I understand from the article is that a team foul relates to the foul count against a
There is an offside rule in (ice) hockey, which essentially means a player cannot just hang out the attacking 1/3 of the rink and wait for the puck to be passed to him. There is also an offside rule in rugby which seems to differ a bit with respect t
Can an Umpire call "Play" with only one batsman in the ground? I follow up the above question with another one. .
If a batter pops up or flies out down a base line, and the fielder catching the ball is within a couple feet of the foul line, the umpire will always signal the out, and then "fair" or "foul" depending on where the ball is caught. Why is this? Runner
According to Laws: 3. 8, 3. 9, the match will be resumed if rain gets stopped within game time, light and weather conditions are good and ground and pitch get suitable to resume match
Goal. com had a table on how much refs get paid in the top leagues in Europe from around 2011. How Much Officials Earn Per Domestic League Game (€) England 1,170* (Referee) 375 (Referee Assistant) Spain 6,000 (Referee) 2,000 (Referee Assistant) Germa
The referee is shouting 'Use It'. He is asking the team with possession of the ball to use the ball, and (in most cases) warning that if they do not, they will lose possession of it to the other team. Some referees even say 'Use it or lose it'