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FOULS CRITICAL SCORING AREA


WHAT IS IT? The critical scoring area indicates the area of the fi eld


where the attacking team is shooting for goal.


WHEN fouls occur by either team in critical scoring area


FUNDAMENTALS


SCORING PLAY A continuous effort by the attacking team to move the ball toward goal and complete a shot. It is over when a shot is taken, a foul occurs, the attacking team loses possession or stops the continuous attempt to goal.


MAJOR FOULS OUTSIDE THE 8-METER ARC


For a major foul by a defender, the free position will be at the spot of the most recent foul. All players must be cleared from the penalty lane.


If the scoring play ends inside the 8m arc with an additional foul, the free position will take place on a hash mark nearest to the spot of the foul.


FREE POSITION The entire 8m arc and penalty lane are cleared when a free position is awarded to the attacking team in this area. Players may go directly to goal.


WHERE 15 meters in front of and to the sides of the goal circle and 9 meters behind the goal.


WHO either team WHY to keep play safe and fair


MAJOR FOULS INSIDE THE 8-METER ARC


For a major foul by a defender inside the 8-meter arc:


All players’ bodies and sticks must be cleared from the arc and penalty lane.


The goal keeper may return to the goal circle as long as she did not foul.


All players must take the shortest route out.


The player who was fouled will move to a hash mark on the 8-meter arc nearest to the spot of the foul.


The player who fouled moves to the 12-meter fan directly behind the player taking the free position.


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