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p. Having more than four long crosses in the game. q. Failure of the player in possession of the ball to place the ball directly on the field or hand it to the nearest official on a change of possession. An example is if the player rolls the ball away or creates a delay or disadvantage to the team being awarded the ball. r. Failure to advance the ball beyond the center line into the goal area within 10 seconds as required, or upon gaining possession of the ball inside the defensive half of the field, to advance the ball beyond the center line within 20 seconds. s. Failure to provide a scorebook, timing device, table and working horn. t. Failure to have a clearly marked center line that runs the entire width of the field. u. Failure to have a properly equipped designated goalkeeper on the field of play. v. When no player from the team awarded possession picks up the ball and moves to the position of the restart within five seconds after the officials are ready to restart play. NOTE: This only applies to situations in which Rule 6.5.2f does not apply.


w. Take a dive or feign a slash to the head or body in order to deceive the official and draw a penalty. (NEW) x. Failure to wear required mouthpiece (unless it comes out during play).


INTERFERENCE: A player shall not interfere in any manner with the free movement of an opponent, except when that opponent has possession of the ball, the ball is in flight and within 3 yards of the players, or both players are within 3 yards of a loose ball.


LOOSE BALL: a ball that is not in possession of a player is referred to as a loose ball.


MAN DOWN DEFENSE: the defense plays with at least a one-man disadvantage due to teammates serving penalties.


OFFSIDE: A team is considered offside when a team has more than 6 players in its offensive half of the field or more than 7 players in its defensive half of the field.


ON-THE-FLY SUBSTITUTION: a substitution made during play.


PENALTIES: the penalty for a technical foul is loss of possession or 30 seconds. The penalty for a personal foul is 1-3 minutes and/or expulsion. Penalties can be releasable or non releasable after a score.


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