Rules
General Kicking Hand Passing Soloing Tackling

1. A ball can be carried in a person's hand for at most four steps, then the ball has to be kicked, solo-ed, bounced, or pass to another player if not the other team gets possession of the ball.

2.A person cannot bounce the ball more than two times.

3. To score, put the ball over the crossbar by your foot or hand for one point.

4. Another way to score is to put the ball under the crossbar and into the net by your foot or the hand in certain circumstances for a goal this is equivalent to three points.

1. The ball can be put on the ground and kicked at anytime in the game, and is the most effective way to score!

2.The ball can put kicked after in hand

 

1.A player with possession may hand-pass (a strike ok the ball in a punching manner) the ball to a teammate, or over the crossbar, especially in confined spaces when a kick could be blocked.

3. The referee must see a clear striking motion or a penalty is asset, throwing the ball is not allowed and is punishable with a free kick to the opposition.

1. Soloing is the process of dropping the ball onto your foot and kicking the ball back up to your hand.

2. A player in possession may carry the ball for four steps then they have to either

a) bouncing the ball on the ground back to yourself

b) soloing

3. You cannot bounce the ball consistently while running (basketball style)

4. You must alter your hands after every solo you do.

1. Tackling in Gaelic Football is not allowed to tackling a person but it is tackling of a the ball.

2. It is illegal to trip, punch, hold, drag, pull or rugby tackle another player, and results in a penalty or ejection

3. It is legal to make full body contact as long as it is at a person with the ball and it is at the ball, not at the person.

4. You are allowed to attempt to block a player

5. The defender may try to knock the ball out of the person with the ball's hands by hitting it with one of his hands. It is important to play the ball in this case, as striking the player can result in a free-kick and also a yellow or red card.

6. A player may jostile, or shoulder-to-shoulder charge, an apponent when racing to win a loose ball, or when trying to knock an opponent off the ball.

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