Go Games Hurling Rules 2018

Under-7 Hurling - Laois GAA Go Games Rules 2018

 

Players:

Maximum of 7 (Where a team has more than 10 players you’re encouraged to make two teams if possible)

 

Pitch:

45m x 40m

 

Duration:

Blitzes - 10 minutes per half, single games - 8 minutes per quarter

 

Team lineout:

1 goalkeeper, 3 defenders, 2 midfielders, 3 attackers

 

Commencement of play:

Throw-in

 

Play:

Normal rules except players are not allowed to solo the ball.
Players can use steps and balance solo to get out of trouble to strike.

 

Goalkeeper:

Can strike the ball from the hand
Restarts play after a score or wide with a puck out from the hand

 

Frees:

Player who is fouled (unless injured), or the player who is nearest a fouled ball, takes the free. Opposing players must be 10m away from the free taker

 

Sideline cut:

Player who is nearest the ball when it crosses the line, takes the cut. Opposing players must be 10m away

 

65s:

None - goalkeeper restarts play after a score or wide with a puck out from the hand from the 10m line

 

Scoring:

All scores = 1

 

Respect initiative:

Just before the throw-in the referee will blow the whistle and each player will shake hands with their marker
After the games the players and coaches will shake hands, and the coaches should be seen and heard by the players to thank the referee
All players and coaches must respect referees' decisions at all times

Under-9 Hurling - Laois GAA Go Games Rules 2018

 

Players:

Maximum 9-a-side ((Where a team has more than 14 players you’re encouraged to make two teams if possible)

 

Pitch:

65m x 40m

 

Duration:

Blitzes - 10 minutes per half, single games - 8 minutes per quarter

 

Team lineout:

1 goalkeeper, 2 full backs, 2 half backs, 1 midfielders, 2 half forwards, 2 full forwards

 

Commencement of play:

Throw-in

 

Play:

Normal rules except players are not allowed to solo the ball.
Players can use steps and balance solo to get out of trouble to strike.

 

Goalkeeper:

Restarts play after a score or wide with a puck out from the hand

 

Frees:

Player who is fouled (unless injured), or the player who is nearest a fouled ball, takes the free. Opposing players must be 10m away from the free taker
No frees should be taken by the attacking team closer than 20m from the opposition's end line

 

Sideline cut:

Player who is nearest the ball when it crosses the line, takes the cut. Opposing players must be 10m away

 

65s:

None - goalkeeper restarts play after a score or wide with a puck out from the hand from the 10m line

 

Scoring:

All scores = 1

 

Respect initiative:

Just before the throw-in the referee will blow the whistle and each player will shake hands with their marker
After the games the players and coaches will shake hands, and the coaches should be seen and heard by the players to thank the referee
All players and coaches must respect referees' decisions at all times

U11 Hurling - Laois GAA Go Games Rules 2018

Players:

Div 1 is 13 aside.
Div 2 is 13 aside but 11/12 aside if one team does not have 13.

Pitch:

20m line to 20m line. Sidelines10m in from the adult sidelines.

Duration:

20 Minutes Per Half.

Goal posts:

Juvenile Goal Posts.

Sliothar:

Smart Touch Hurling Ball to continue the improvements in High Catching.

Team lineout:

1 goalkeeper, 2 Full Backs, 3 Half Backs, 2 midfielders, 3 Half Forwards, 2 Full Forwards.

Commencement of play:

Throw-in.

Play:

Outfield players are not allowed to kick the ball from hand.
Players are allowed to solo into space but must strike when in space.
Normal rules otherwise.

Goalkeeper:

Restarts play after a score or wide with a puck out from the hand

Frees:

Any player can take the free. Opposing players must be 10m away from the free taker.

Sideline cut:

Player who is nearest the ball when it crosses the line, takes the cut. Opposing players must be 10m away

65s:

As normal.

Scoring:

Normal Scoring.

Respect initiative:

Just before the throw-in the referee will blow the whistle and each player will shake hands with his marker.
After the game, the players and coaches will form two lines at the halfway line and shake hands. The coaches should be seen and heard by the players to thank the referee.
All players and coaches must respect referees’ decisions at all times.





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