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Technical
PART 3
OTHER FORMS OF PLAY

B. HANDICAP SINGLES PLAY

38. PEGGING OUT IN HANDICAP GAMES

The striker may not peg out the striker's ball in a stroke unless, before or during that stroke, the partner ball became a rover or an adversary's ball has been pegged out. If he does so and removes the striker's ball from the court, Law 30 applies.
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