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Players participating in a block may participate in the next play; this second contact shall count as the first of three 3 hits allowed a team. If the ball crosses the net after contacting two 2 or more walls without making contact with a player, a side-out of serve will be called.

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If consecutive hits are made by the same player, a fault will be called. The ball must be hit in such a manner that it rebounds cleanly after contact with a player. Scooping, lifting, pushing or carrying the ball with one or two hands or arms either underhand or overhand, shall be considered to be a form of holding and is a fault, and a side-out or loss of serve will be called.

If holding is not called, play shall continue. Which ever side of the net the ball falls after simultaneous holding, that team shall be allowed up to three 3 contacts with the ball.

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It shall be legal for a player to hold a teammate not making a play on the ball in order to prevent a fault. A block does not count as one of the three successive contacts allowed a team. A block is good only if the ball is touched by the player attempting the block.

A blocked ball counts as having crossed over the net. A player in possession shall not deliberately and unnecessarily allow himself to be tackled by voluntarily falling to the ground when not held by an opponent. If a player drops on a loose ball he shall not remain on the ground waiting to be tackled if he has time to regain his feet and continue play. Sliding tackle 5. If a tackled player, because of his momentum slides along the ground, the tackle is deemed to have been effected where his slide ends.

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See Section 6, 3 c. Verbal instructions to resolve doubt 6. Sixth tackle 7. The team in possession commits an accidental breach for which a scrum would normally be set. The ball is kicked into touch on the full. The handover will occur either at the point of the sixth tackle or where the scrum would normally be set - but, in the latter case, not closer than twenty metres from touch.

The play-the-ball for this purpose shall not be counted for the purposes of the tackle count and shall operate as provided for in Law 10 of this Section.


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Losing possession — intentionally — accidentally 8. If, after being tackled, he accidentally loses possession, a scrum shall be formed except after the fifth play-the-ball. Once a tackle has been completed, no player shall take or attempt to take the ball from the tackled player.

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The ball must not be kicked or heeled by the player marking him. The ball is in play when it has been played backward. Players of the side in possession other than the player taking part in the play-the-ball and the acting halfback must retire behind their players involved in the play-the-ball or to their own goal line. A player who is out of play may again take part in the game when the advantage gained by not retiring has been lost. Speed essential The play-the-ball must be performed as quickly as possible. Any player who intentionally delays the bringing of the ball into play shall be penalised.

Tackling on or near the goal line If part of the tackled player is on or over the goal line but the ball is in the field of play the tackled player shall play the ball where the ball lies. If a player is tackled in an upright position bestriding the goal line he is deemed to be tackled in the in-goal area. It is permissible for a tackler to bring a player in possession of the ball to the ground by pulling him over the outstretched leg provided he is holding the player with both arms before there is any contact with the leg. Mid-air tackle 1.

The catcher must have returned to the ground before being tackled. See Section Moving tackled player 2.

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Before allowing play to proceed, referees should be sure in their own minds that the tackle was indeed broken otherwise the tackler who, playing in the true spirit of the game, releases the tackled player immediately he is brought to the ground, may be unfairly penalised. It is to his advantage to do this to avoid the possibility of another opponent attempting to complete the tackle. If an attacking player in possession is brought down near the goal line and the ball is not grounded it is permissible to place the ball over the line for a try.


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In this case the tackle has not been completed. Player marking dives on the ball 4.


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  5. If the player marking the tackled player at the play-the-ball dives behind the tackled player in order to drop on the ball as it is heeled, he is guilty of a voluntary tackle and should be penalised.