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(2) Body-checking of an opponent from the rear, at or below the waist, or above the shoulders


(3) Body-checking of an opponent who has any part of his body other than his feet on the ground.


(4) A body check that targets a player in a defenseless position. This includes but is not limited to: (A) body checking a player from his “blind side”; (B) body checking a player who has his head down in an attempt to play a loose ball; and (C) body checking a player whose head is turned away to receive a pass, even if that player turns toward the contact immediately before the body check.


(5) An Excessive Body-Check in which the player lowers his head or shoulder with the force and intent to put the other player on the ground.


(Note: If a player who is about to be body-checked turns his back, jumps or moves in such a manner to make what started out to be a legal check appear illegal, no foul is committed by the player applying the body-check)


ILLEGAL CROSSE: A player may not use a crosse that does not conform to required specifications detailed in Appendix IV.


ILLEGAL OFFENSIVE SCREENING: No offensive player shall move into and make contact with a defensive player with the purpose of blocking a defensive player from the man he is playing, nor shall the offensive player hold his crosse rigid or extend his crosse rigid to impede the normal movements of the defensive man. If contact is made between offensive and defensive players as a result of the offensive player’s setting a screen, the offensive player shall be stationary before the contact occurs, with his feet no wider than shoulder-width apart.


ILLEGAL PROCEDURE: Any action on the part of players or substitutes of a technical nature that is not in conformity with the rules and regulations governing the play of the game shall be termed illegal procedure.


The following are examples of illegal procedure:


a. Touching the ball – A player shall not touch the ball with his hands while it is in play. The exception is the goalkeeper while both he and the ball are inside the crease.


BOYS’ YOUTH RULEBOOK | 77


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