Field Player playing the ball on the ground

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  1. John

    John FHF Legend

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    Everyone knows this is nowhere
    13.3.l of course refers to second and subsequent hits at goal.
     
  2. keely

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    The important part of 13.3.l is that the guidance underneath is to assist in determinations of danger when dealing with the runner on a PC and sets out who is penalized for dangerous play when they are struck (that being dependent on how the defender is playing and where on their body they are struck). I believe Neo is trying to create an analogy between that situation and the danger created by poor positioning on a tackle.
     
  3. foozbear

    foozbear FHF Regular Player

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    This definatly falls under the category of danger.

    some countries third XI are wheat cutters as the best analogy.

    All instances of danger must be awarded on a danger play by play.

    IF a player consistantly tackles from the "wrong side" but is clean and causes NO impedment of the ball carrying player then play should be allowed.

    IF he impedes the player because the carrier DOESNT want to send a guy to hospital....then he should be called for danger.

    once again...DO we need a fatality in this sport?
     
  4. keely

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    Sounds like you're exactly on the same page as the rest of us. :)
     
  5. foozbear

    foozbear FHF Regular Player

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    woohoo...I like being on the same page.
     

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