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GAME PLAY THE DRAW


WHAT IS IT? The draw is a chance to gain possession. The centers stand with


one foot toeing the line and each opponent must have both of her feet on the same side of the line behind her crosse. Sticks are held above hip level and back-to-back so each players’ stick is between the ball and the goal she is defending


FUNDAMENTALS


QUICK HANDS Quickness allows the center to push or pull the ball up first and gain possession.


STICKS UP Centers must draw (pull/push) their sticks up.


DEVELOPMENTAL


U9/U11/U13/U15 - a maximum of three players from each team may be between the restraining lines during the draw until the whistle blows. All other players (incl. goalkeeper) must be below either restraining line and must not be in violation of the restraining line rule.


U9/U11/U13 - If a four or more goal differential exists, then the team with fewer goals will have the option to take an indirect free position after a goal at the center line instead of taking a draw unless waived by the coach of the trailing team.


The coach of the trailing team may choose to continue to draw.


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RIGHT HAND UP Center faces the goal she is attacking, and she wants to direct the ball to her teammates.


LEFT HAND UP Center’s back is to the goal she is attacking, and she wants


to direct the ball to her teammates. PLAY SAFE


Players should be ready to gain possession by catching the ball out of the air or chasing down the ball on the ground. Players should not swing or bat at the ball.


Players should not use their sticks or body to jockey for position.


While players not taking draw may move, they can not step on or over the center circle or cross restraining line until the whistle blows for the draw.


After the official has set the draw and says “ready,” the centers may only move their head until the whistle blows.


Sticks may be over the center circle or restraining lines provided they are not grounded.


GIRLS YOUTH RULES GUIDEBOOK


WHEN to start each half and after each goal


WHERE center circle on center draw line WHO one player from each team WHY to resume or start play


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