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Technical
PART 2
ORDINARY SINGLES PLAY
A. GENERAL LAWS OF PLAY

20. CROQUET STROKE

  1. TERMS In a croquet stroke the roqueted ball is known as the croqueted ball and the striker's ball is said to take croquet from it. In playing the stroke the striker is said to take croquet.
  2. HOW PLAYED The striker plays a stroke with the balls placed in accordance with Law 19 and in so doing must play into the croqueted ball and move or shake it (see Law 28(a)(14)).
  3. BALL OFF COURT In a croquet stroke the striker's turn ends if he sends off the court:
    1. the croqueted ball, unless it is pegged out in the stroke; or
    2. the striker's ball, unless it makes a roquet or scores a hoop point for itself in the stroke.
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