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1 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness NRL SIDELINE OFFICIALS COLLECTIVE CONSISTENCY Jan 2006 onwards Jan 2006 onwards ‘Making a positive contribution to Rugby League’

2 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness KICK OFF AND DROP OUT Section 8 The Kick Off and Drop Out Law 4 A Drop-out from Goal line The game is restarted with a drop-out by a Goal line defending player from the centre of his goal line if: (a) a defending player last touches the ball before it goes over the dead ball line or into touch in-goal.

3 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness KICK OFF AND DROP OUT Section 8 The kick off and drop-out Notes 6 Offences incurring penalties. A player who kicks off or drops-out shall be penalised if he:– (b) kicks the ball on the full over the touch line, touch in-goal, or over the dead ball line.

4 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness STRADDLE Section 9 Touch and Touch-In Goal Notes 1 Ball Dead Where the ball which is stationary in the field of play or the In-goal area comes in contact with a player in touch, touch in- goal or over the dead ball line, the ball is deemed to have been made dead by that player.

5 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness STRADDLE Section 9 Touch and Touch-In Goal Notes 1 Dead Ball Line Restarts Should a kick be made dead by a defending player straddling the dead ball line or touch in-goal line, play will restart with a goal line drop-out.

6 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness TO STRADDLE OR NOT TO STRADDLE? The scenarios as described hereafter are based on the intersection of:  Goal line  Touch in goal line  Touch line Note:- Each scenario equally applies to the dead ball line.

7 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness  Imagine there is a pane of glass that stands upright and extends indefinitely upwards from the touch in goal line, between the corner post and the dead ball line.

8 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SCENARIO  Ball caught on the full  Catcher standing in the in-goal area RESULT  Bomb diffused  20m Optional Kick VARIABLE  If ball is dropped, restart would depend on what happened next..

9 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SCENARIO  Ball caught on the full  Catcher standing outside the playing field  Ball crossed the touch in goal line RESULT  Ball touch-in goal  20m Optional Kick VARIABLE  If ball is dropped, result is the same

10 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SCENARIO  Ball caught on the full  Catcher standing with one foot in goal and one foot in touch in goal RESULT  Bomb diffused  20m Optional Kick VARIABLES  If catcher does not play at the ball, result is the same  If ball is dropped, result is goal line drop out (Straddle)

11 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SCENARIO  Ball caught on the full  Catcher standing with both feet in touch in goal and catch is taken by reaching through the pane of glass RESULT  Bomb diffused  20m Optional Kick VARIABLES  If catcher does not play at the ball, result is the same  If ball is dropped, result is goal line drop out (Straddle)

12 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SCENARIO  Ball caught on the full  Catcher standing with part of his body touching the corner post and no part of his body in touch RESULT  Bomb diffused  20m Optional Kick VARIABLE  If ball is dropped, result is goal line drop out (Straddle)

13 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SCENARIO  Ball caught on the full after first crossing the touch line  Catcher is standing with one foot in goal and one foot in touch in goal RESULT  Ball has crossed touch line  Ball back (out on full) VARIABLE  If ball is dropped, result is the same

14 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SCENARIO  Ball caught on the full after first crossing the touch line  Catcher is standing with part of his body in goal or touching the corner post and part of his body in touch RESULT  Player is in touch  Ball back (out on full) VARIABLE  If ball is dropped, result is the same

15 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SCENARIO  Ball caught on full but does not cross the touch line  Catcher is standing with part of his body in goal or touching the corner post and part of his body in touch RESULT  Player is in touch  Ball back (out on full) VARIABLE  If ball is dropped, result is the same

16 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SCENARIO  Ball gathered on the bounce  Catcher has both feet in the in-goal area RESULT  No breach has occurred  Play on VARIABLE  If ball is dropped, restart would depend on what happened next..

17 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SCENARIO  Ball gathered on bounce  Ball crosses the touch in goal line  Catcher has both feet in touch in goal and does not reach through the pane of glass RESULT  Ball is touch in goal  20m Optional Kick

18 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SCENARIO  Ball gathered on bounce  Catcher standing one foot in goal and one foot in touch in goal RESULT  Straddle  Goal line drop out VARIABLE  If ball is not played at the result is a 20m Optional Kick

19 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SCENARIO  Ball gathered on bounce  Catcher standing with both feet in touch in goal and reaches through pane of glass RESULT  Straddle  Goal line drop out

20 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SCENARIO  Ball gathered on bounce  Catcher is standing one foot in goal and one touch in goal and the ball passes through the pane of glass RESULT  Straddle  Goal line drop out

21 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SCENARIO  Ball gathered on bounce after first crossing the touch line  Catcher is standing with one foot in goal and one foot in touch in goal RESULT  Ball is in touch  Scrum  Lose and feed to the Catcher

22 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SCENARIO  Ball gathered on bounce  Catcher standing with one foot in goal and one foot in touch RESULT  Ball in touch  Scrum  Lose and feed to the Catcher

23 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SCENARIO  Ball gathered on bounce  Catcher is standing with part of his body in goal or touching the corner post and part of his body in touch RESULT  Ball in touch  Scrum  Lose and feed to the Catcher

24 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SCENARIO  Ball gathered on bounce and does not cross the touch in goal or touch line  Catcher standing with part of his body touching the corner post and no part of his body in touch RESULT  Straddle  Goal line drop out

25 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SCENARIO  Ball is stationary in the in goal area  Catcher standing with part of his body in touch in goal, reaches through the pane of glass and touches the ball RESULT  Ball dead in goal by the Catcher  Goal line drop out

26 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SCENARIO  Ball is stationary in the field of play  Catcher standing with part of his body in touch, reaches over the touch line and touches the ball RESULT  Ball is in touch by the Catcher  Scrum with lose head and feed to the Kicking Team

27 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SHADOWING – IN FIELD SCENARIO  Ball is bouncing toward the touch in goal line with a defender and attacker both in the in goal area contesting the ball  The ball strikes the defender RESULT  Play on  The restart would depend on what happened next…

28 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SHADOWING – BREAKING GLASS SCENARIO  Ball is bouncing toward the touch in goal line with a defender and attacker contesting the ball  The defender has part of his body in goal and part of his body in touch in goal or touching the corner past  The ball strikes the defender RESULT  Straddle  Goal line drop out

29 United in Integrity, Pride and Mental Toughness SHADOWING – IN TOUCH SCENARIO  Ball is bouncing toward the touch in goal line with a defender and attacker contesting the ball  The defender has no part of his body in goal or touching the corner post and the ball has passed through the pane of glass  The ball strikes the defender RESULT  Ball is touch in goal by the Kicker  20m Optional Kick


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