- Jul 5, 2011
- AFL Club
- West Coast
- Other Teams
- Man Utd
Yes, going backwards does count as metres lost, should've clarified that.I don't think that's right.
I'm confident in the first example, each player gets 40 metres gained.
If a player kicks or handballs backwards, they get metres lost.
But I am pretty sure that a disposal resulting in an immediate turnover that sees the ball go back to exactly where it came from is counted as 0 metres.