A tossing of the ball, by the umpire, between the lined up teams. Starts the game and is how play resumes after each score.
Returning the ball into play after it has been played out of bound over the sideline by an opponent.
A way to restart play when the ball goes out over the sidelines. The team that did not last touch the ball last is allowed an overhead throw with a run-up from the sideline.
(rugby) an act or instance of throwing a ball in to put it into play
a method of continuing play after the ball has crossed the touch line
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Putting the ball back in play when it goes out of bounds on a touchline. The player must hold the ball with both hands behind the head bringing them over the head to throw the ball and not letting either foot leave the ground.
Putting the ball back into play with an overhand throw after it goes out of bounds on the sidelines
A method for putting a ball back info play that has traveled over the sidelines
A throw from a player on the sideline into the field of play, awarded after the ball goes out over the sideline.
inbounding the ball
The game is started with a throw-in, whereby the ball is literally thrown in between the lined up teams by the umpire.
a two-handed overhead throw used to put the ball back in to play after it has gone out of bounds.
A throw from the side of the court to restart play after the ball has gone over the sidelines.
The ball is thrown in after the ball has crossed the touch line. A player taking a throw in must have both feet on or behind the touch line, must maintain contact with the ground, and must use a two-handed throw made from behind the head. A goal cannot be score directly from a throw-in.
Used to bring the ball back into court when it has gone out of play.
the method of restarting play when the ball has crossed the touchlines; a throw-in is awarded to the opposing side of the team which knocked the ball out of play.
A technique returning the ball in play when it leaves the field over the touchlines. The player must have both hands on the ball, throw over his head while keeping both feet on the ground.
The method by which a team with possession inbounds the ball.
Taken by the opposing team when a player is last to touch the ball before it crosses a sideline from the point where it has crossed.
A type of restart where a player throws the ball from behind the head with two hands while standing with both feet on the ground behind a sideline; taken by a player opposite the team that last touched the ball before it went over the sideline.
to put the ball into play after it's gone out of bounds. The player making the throw-in has 5 seconds to get the ball back inbounds by passing it to another player
A method of restarting play after the ball has traveled outside the touchlines. The ball must be held with two hands and released directly over the head while both feet are touching the ground.
A method of restart which is awarded to the team that did not touch the ball last before it went over the touch line. Law 15
A throw-in is a method of restarting play in a game of association football (soccer).