A player shall be out if any part of his body touches the ground outside the boundary but during the struggle a player shall not be out if any part of his body touches directly the ground or a player who is inside the boundary. If any player goes out of the boundary during the course of play he shall be out. The umpire or referee shall declare such player out by shouting his number.
If an anti or anti’s who have gone out of bounds hold a raider, the raider shall be declared not out. The anti who have gone out of bounds will only be declared out.
When a side sends more than one raider at a time, a warning shall be given by the umpire or referee and if in spite of the warning, it continues to do so, the umpire or referee shall declare all the raiders out except the first one.
If a raider, while in the opponent’s court, loses his cant he shall be out.
No anti shall willfully push the raider out of the boundary by any part of his (anti’s) body, nor any raider shall willfully push or pull an anti or anti’s out of the boundary. If the raider is pushed outside the boundary or the anti is pushed or pulled outside the boundary, the umpire or referee shall declare the raider or the anti as not out and the anti or the raider who pushes out, pulls the opponents outside the boundary shall be declared out.
As long as a raider has not reached his court, none of the anti’s shall touch the ground of the raiders court, beyond the midline with any part of his body. If he does so, he shall be out. If an anti or anti’s who are out, holds a raider or have violated the said rule while holding or helping to hold the raider, the raider shall be declared not out and the anti or anti’s who touched the raider’s court shall be declared out.
A raider or an anti is not to be held by any part of his body deliberately other than his limb or trunk. The one who violates the rule first shall be declared out. The umpire or referee shall declare such raider not out.
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