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PICK: an offensive maneuver in which a stationary and motionless player attempts to block the path of a defender guarding another player.


POCKET: the strung part of the head of the stick which holds the ball. Sticks with pockets not to specification may be removed from the game and may also lead to penalties.


PUSHING: A player shall not thrust or shove an opponent from the rear. A push is exerting pressure after contact is made and is not a violent blow. Pushing is permitted from the front or side when an opponent has possession of the ball or is within 3 yards of a loose ball. In this case, pushing shall be done with either closed hand, shoulder, or forearm, and both hands shall be on the crosse.


RAKING THE BALL: At no time may a field player use the back of his crosse to cover or rake the ball backwards. They may only use a forward scooping motion to attempt to gain possession of the ball. EXCEPTIONS: Goalkeepers in the crease and face-off players may rake the ball in order to gain possession. (Note: Raking the Ball is only a technical foul at 6U, 8U and 10U).


RE-DODGE: can be from behind the goal or up top. A player dodges, can make a two or three step drop, then re-dodge back towards the goal.


RELEASE: the term used by a timekeeper to notify a penalized player in the box that he may re-enter the game.


RIDE: The defending team will try to prevent their opponent from clearing the ball, thereby creating a turnover.


SCORER’S TABLE: the table and area between the benches at midfield where time and score are kept, penalties are served and some substitutions are made.


SHAFT: the stick’s handle, the shaft, may be made of aluminum, wood, or composite material and is connected to the stick head.


SLASHING:


(1) Swinging a crosse at an opponent’s crosse or body with deliberate viciousness or reckless abandon, regardless of whether the opponent’s crosse or body is struck.


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