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VIOLATIONS


Failure to advance the ball past the center line or into the goal area results in the ball being awarded to the opposition at spot of violation or outside the goal area if violation occurred while inside the goal area.


If offi cials think a team is stalling outside the goal area they will tell the team to get it in and keep it in. Team now has 10 seconds to advance the ball into goal area and then must keep the ball inside the goal area.


If offi cials think a team is stalling inside the goal area they will tell the team to keep it in. Team must keep it inside their goal area. This is dependent on active play from the defense.


OFFICIALS SIGNALS stalling


BEST PRACTICES


Teams will have designed clearing formation in order to advance the ball effi ciently.


Teammates should “echo” the call to keep it in. They will also remind (and have a call to notify) each other of roughly how much time is left in the clear.


PERSPECTIVES


The team with the lead must keep it in the goal area during the last two minutes of play and try to maintain possession.


Visual and verbal reminders to “Get It In!” or “Get a Touch!” may be helpful.


Good stick skills are critical in effectively advancing the ball in the clearing game.


Be alert to stalling techniques during close games.


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GAME PLAY ADVANCING BALL


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