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Created Interference - Rule 12

Published: 14 Jul 2004 - 18:08 by rippa rit

Updated: 11 Aug 2004 - 18:04

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After striking the ball, the opponent must allow the player direct access to the ball.

Created interference - The striker must allow his opponent direct access to play the ball at all times. At times the opponent has caused no interference (he has provided direct access to the ball) but the player has taken an indirect route to the ball (if there is no reason to do this and he has caused his own interference) and appeals for a let, he should not be allowed a let.

Sometimes the player anticipates his opponent (but guesses wrongly), and changes direction to find his opponent in the way. On appeal, a let should bd allowed provided he has shown the Referee that he could have made a good return in spite of the interference. In fact, had the incoming striker been prevented from playing a winning return, he may be awarded a stroke.

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