Conn. Agencies Regs. § 12-574-F56 - Fouls

(a) Foul areas. Foul areas shall be indicated by steel frame, wire, wood or padding and distinguished by a color different from the playing court.
(b) Fouls committed - points. If a foul is committed by a player the point shall be awarded to the player in the opposing post position. The fouls are:
(1) When the ball strikes the screens or any other indicated foul area before it touches the front wall.
(2) When the ball strikes the screens or any other indicated foul area after it touches the front wall, and before it touches the playing floor.
(3) When the ball hits the wooden floor on its first bounce after striking the front wall.
(4) When a player catches a ball after its second bounce.
(5) Holding. This occurs when a player retains the ball in the cesta longer than a reasonable time in his attempt to make a play. The reasonable time is to be determined by the court judges.
(6) Control foul. This occurs when a player fails to maintain one continuous motion clearly establishing, in the opinion of the court judges, that the player has lost control of the ball.
(7) Change of posture or direction. This occurs when a player, after initiating one motion, changes his momentum and uses an alternative motion in returning the ball.
(8) A served ball not bouncing between lines four (4), the underserve and seven (7) the overserve lines on the playing court.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 12-574-F56
Adopted effective October 3, 2001

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