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VIOLATIONS


ILLEGAL DRAW: the other team gets the ball, and the center moves 4 meters away, 45 degrees from the center line if:


She draws too soon. No attempt is made to draw. Movement is not upwards. Player taking draw moves after the official says “ready.” Any player steps on-or-over center circle or across the restraining line before the whistle.


RE-DRAW IF:


Ball does not go higher than heads of both players drawing. Ball goes out of bounds before either team can touch the ball. Offsetting fouls occur during the draw.


BEST PRACTICES


Draw Set Up: with the open pocket of the stick facing the player’s defensive goal, the right sidewall of the stick will be placed down, closer to the center line.


Players should practice draws with right and left hands to determine which way is more successful. They should learn to push and pull so they are not one dimensional.


Let multiple players take the draw in games.


PERSPECTIVES


P Draws are exciting plays but closely called to eliminate dangerous play around the head.


C Possession is key! Teach players to legally “box out” opponents before chasing the ball.


THE DRAW


“Toeing” the line means the players’ feet do not go over or on the center line, center circle, or restraining line.


C Encourage your players to watch where the ball goes. They should try to set up where the ball typically lands.


O When setting up the draw, official should place ball in the top 1/3 of the stick.


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GAME PLAY THE DRAW


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