in-goal

in-goal

Area behind the posts that lies between the goal line and the dead ball line.
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in-goal

[ˈɪnˈgəʊl] adj (Rugby) in-goal areaarea di meta
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Halifax came close to opening the scoring but scrum-half Ben Black was brilliantly robbed by Dean Gaskell in the in-goal area.
Good work from hooker Julien Rinaldi got them close to the try line but Ben Jefferies' high kick was caught by Leeds' Ryan Hall before he was grounded in the in-goal area.
Thirdly, you might push them back in-goal, forcing a drop-out, or get a repeat set from a fumble.
Huddersfield fullback Paul Reilly collected the ball deep in his in-goal area and was surrounded by three would-be tacklers.
A promising break up the right wing saw him put a superbly weighted kick into the in-goal area that stood up cruelly for the defence and winger Swift lived up to his name and got a hand to the ball before anyone else could react.
Spruce was critical of referee Staurt Cummings and the in-goal judges.
A high bomb to the in-goal area from the superb Tom Antony was splendidly taken by full back Nathan Williams and he touched down.
EX-WIGAN and Great Britain star turned TV pundit Phil Clarke was right on the money this week with his criticism of the trend of players being picked up and carried back into their own in-goal area.
When Sale winger Tom Beim fielded the ball in-goal, Spreadbury was heard saying: "Put it down please, for f***'s sake.
Underbank made an excellent start when Dominic Horn''s kick-off was fumbled in the in-goal area.
Going back to pre-summer/pre 10-metre rule days, I can remember seeing Wigan's Shaun Edwards deliberately run back into his own in-goal area to touch the ball down as the defence kept his side pinned on their line.
Instead, on the intervention of the in-goal touch judge, the winger's effort was disallowed for bouncing the ball.