Puck-out

(Sport: Hurling)

Definition

When an attacker runs the ball over the end line, the defending side is awarded a puck-out. It is taken from within the parallelogram, and all opponents must be beyond the 71yd free puck. When a defender runs the ball over the end line, the attacking team is awarded a free puck on the 71yd line, opposite where the ball crossed the line.



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