dangerous play

dangerous play


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When the ball or stick rises above shoulder level when hit.
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Meanwhile Bysshe himself played the alchemist, and with his sisters dressed up in strange costumes to represent fiends or spirits he ran about with liquid fire until this dangerous play was stopped.
"It's okay sometimes to protect the players from dangerous play. But okay, that's it, in my opinion, that could be the only reason that happened, just to protect the players.
He said that India while using the cluster bomb is playing very dangerous play, adding that due to Indian actions the region is facing sever kind of threats.
Children during dangerous play hit each other which incident violence among and many spent their Eid behind bars.
The only other players charged from the round 14 matches were Warrington forwards Matt Davis and Mike Cooper, who were both given grade A penalty notices for dangerous play and avoided any suspension.
Former Liverpool midfielder Graeme Souness has delivered a surprising take onEverton's opening goal againstManchester United, describing Richarlison's strike as 'dangerous play'.
The 32-year-old accepted the charge of dangerous play in a ruck or maul when he appeared before an independent disciplinary panel yesterday and the ban means he will miss Premiership trips to Newcastle and Harlequins.
He further said that so many young boys have lost their lives in this dangerous play kite flying.
Dangerous play is in a different league and is often punished by a yellow or a red card if it is really bad.
The game also ended in a depressing note for United as Ronald Chikomo who had started from the bench was given a red card for dangerous play on the Township Rollers goalkeeper.
SARACENS back row Schalk Burger has been cited for dangerous play at a ruck during Saturday's Champions Cup victory over Northampton.
The decision to issue the citing was met with widespread disapproval and O'Connor has reminded lawmakers - eager to clamp down on dangerous play - of the inherent risks of playing rugby.

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