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4.16 - CHECKING WITH CROSSE


In all cases, stick checks must be made with two hands on the crosse and to the crosse of an opponent or his gloved hand on his crosse. An opponent must be in possession of the ball or within 3 yards of a loose ball. Only checks with the crosse listed below are legal:


(a) Lift the bottom hand, shaft, or the head of the stick, whichever is below the chest area. (b) Poke the bottom hand, shaft, or the head of the stick, whichever is below the chest area. (c) Downward check initiated from below both players’ shoulders.


4.18 - GOAL CREASE PRIVILEGES AND 4.19 GOAL-CREASE PROHIBITIONS


No offensive player may enter the crease at any time. Offensive players may reach their stick into the crease for the sole purpose of collecting a loose ball. Defensive players are allowed to be in or pass through the crease as along as they are not in the crease with the perceived intention of blocking a shot. The only player who can attempt to block a shot is a legally equipped goalkeeper. Additionally, no opposing player shall make contact with the goalkeeper or his crosse while he is within the goal-crease area.


4.21 - SUBSTITUTIONS PROCEDURES


Only whole-team substitution of all field players is permitted and shall occur after each goal is scored, or may occur during other dead ball situations. Exceptions are for injury substitutions or when a team does not have enough players for full-team substitution, in which case the coach may keep one or more players on the field from the previous group. No live ball “on-the-fly” substitutions are permitted.


Note: If there is an excessively long period of time without scoring or other dead ball situation (e.g., greater than 2 minutes), play shall be suspended at the first natural stopping point to allow substitution of field players. The team entitled to possession of the ball at the stoppage will retain possession after the stoppage.


4.22 - RESTARTS FOLLOWING A TIMEOUT


Restarts following a timeout shall be nearest the spot where the ball was at the time the whistle was blown or if that the ball is within fifteen yards of the goal, it shall be restarted laterally five yards from the sideline nearest to the spot of the ball at the time of the whistle.


10U RULES BOYS’ YOUTH RULEBOOK | 41


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