Goal Area

Some articles on area, goal area, goal areas, goal:

Metal Gear Online - Gameplay - Rules of Play
... Eventually, the game area begins to constrict, leaving all outside it to suffer damage ... has teams racing to capture and hold within their goal area assigned targets, KEROTAN and GA-KO, for a cumulative period of 30 seconds ... With both items in one team's goal area, the timer runs twice as fast, whereas if they are divided among goal areas, the timer is reset for both teams ...
Stampesletta - Events
... and Lillehammer, has used Stampesletta as a start or goal area, depending on if the race ran from Lillehammer to Rena or in the opposite direction ... Since 1992, the goal area was moved to Birkebeineren Ski Stadium ... Birkebeinerrittet, a cycle version of the ski marathon, has its goal area at Stampesletta ...
Glossary Of Rugby Union Terms - T
... Touch is the area outside and including the two touch-lines which define the sides of the playing area ... As the touch-lines are not part of the playing area they are part of touch ... Touch judges also stand behind the posts to confirm that a goal has been scored following a penalty kick or conversion of a try ...
Comparison Of American Football And Rugby League - Scoring
... to cause the ball to enter the end zone (in-goal area) while still in bounds, by carrying it in or holding the ball in or through the imaginary plane of the goal line ... In rugby league the ball must be pressed to the ground in the in-goal area ... in which the scoring team chooses not to kick at goal, but attempt a second touchdown from short range ...
... A try is scored by grounding the ball in the opposition's in-goal area (on or behind the goal line) ... Rugby union and league differ slightly in defining 'grounding the ball' and the 'in-goal' area ... The term try comes from try at goal, signifying that originally, grounding the ball only gave the opportunity to try to score with a kick at goal ...

Famous quotes containing the words area and/or goal:

    If you meet a sectary, or a hostile partisan, never recognize the dividing lines; but meet on what common ground remains,—if only that the sun shines, and the rain rains for both; the area will widen very fast, and ere you know it the boundary mountains, on which the eye had fastened, have melted into air.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    The goal of every culture is to decay through over-civilization; the factors of decadence,—luxury, scepticism, weariness and superstition,—are constant. The civilization of one epoch becomes the manure of the next.
    Cyril Connolly (1903–1974)