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kick-off at the start of the game. kick-off when the game is resumed after half time. re-starts after each occasion points are scored. The 10m line indicates how far the ball must travel when the kick is taken. Read about the 10m line on the rugby field page.
Kick off – receiving. The single most important task players need to complete when receiving a kick off is to secure it! It is an old rugby saying, "A try has only been scored when the scoring side is back in the opposition's half". Greg Commins looks into receive formation and the five most important points to remember when receiving a kickoff. The five most important points to remember when receiving the kick off are:
All the opposing team must stand on or behind the 10-metre line. If they are in front of that line or if they charge before the ball is kicked, it is kicked-off again. 5 KICK-OFF OF 10 METRES. If the ball reaches the opponents’ 10-metre line or reaches the 10-metre line and is blown back, play goes on.
The kick off receipt. If you spend eight minutes on the chase, then you should double your time on the receipt. The simple reason is that you will be receiving if you have just scored, apart from at the start of one half, and this is a psychologically important time to be rock solid. Setting up in scrum formation for kick off is a thing of the past.
Kick off positions on a rugby pitch. by Dan Cottrell in Kicking & Catching. PRINT. Pod 1: the longer the kick is likely to be (kicker, wind, hardness of ground), the further towards the touchline Pod 1 should stand. However, it should be no further than five metres from the 10-metre line. Pod 2: should stand five to 10 metres inside Pod 1 and at least five metres backwards.
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