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THE GUIDE TERMS PLAYER PLACEMENT


FREE POSITION: an opportunity awarded to one player when a major or minor foul is committed by a player from the other team. All players must move 4 meters away from the player with the ball. When the whistle sounds to resume play, the ball carrier may run, pass or shoot, unless the free position is indirect. On an indirect free position, the ball must be passed before a shot can be taken.


MAJOR FOULS: offending player stands 4 meters behind player taking the free position.


MINOR FOULS: offending player stands 4 meters away with respect to the direction she was heading before committing foul.


TEAM FOULS/OFFSIDE: refers to a team with more players


over the restraining line than is allowed. When a violation occurs, correct the offside fi rst. If attack fouls, closest defender to spot of ball takes free position at that spot, no closer than 8 meters to goal circle. If defense fouls, and ball is outside the critical scoring area, attack is awarded free position at that spot, nearest defender 4 meters behind. If the ball was within the critical scoring area, free position will be awarded to the nearest attack at the top of the 12 meter fan with nearest defender 4 meters behind.


GOAL CIRCLE FOUL: The penalty for goal circle fouls by the defense other than for an illegal deputy shall be a free position taken 8m out to either side level with the goal line. The offending player, except the goalkeeper, shall be placed 4m behind the player taking the free position and the lane (above the goal line) is cleared. The goalkeeper remains on the spot of the foul, or if she was within or partially within the goal circle, she remains inside the circle.


The penalty for goal circle fouls by the attack shall be a free position taken by the goalkeeper within the goal circle. The offender will be placed 4 meters behind the goal circle.


STAND: when whistle is blown, all players must stand where they are. Ball is considered dead until whistle blows again.


OFFSETTING FOULS: when a player from each team commits a foul (major and/or minor) during the same play, or when the attacking team commits a foul during a slow whistle situation.


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