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A drop kick in rugby union is a type of kick that involves someone dropping a ball and then kicking when it hits the ground, in contrast to a punt wherein the dropper kicks the ball without letting it hit the ground first.(For other uses, see Drop kick (disambiguation).) In rugby union, a drop kick is used for the kick-off and restarts and to score a field or drop goal. Originally it was one of only two ways to score points, along with the place kick. Drop kicks are mandatory: Drop kicks are optional:

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  • A drop kick in rugby union is a type of kick that involves someone dropping a ball and then kicking when it hits the ground, in contrast to a punt wherein the dropper kicks the ball without letting it hit the ground first.(For other uses, see Drop kick (disambiguation).) In rugby union, a drop kick is used for the kick-off and restarts and to score a field or drop goal. Originally it was one of only two ways to score points, along with the place kick. Drop kicks are mandatory: Drop kicks are optional:
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  • A drop kick in rugby union is a type of kick that involves someone dropping a ball and then kicking when it hits the ground, in contrast to a punt wherein the dropper kicks the ball without letting it hit the ground first.(For other uses, see Drop kick (disambiguation).) In rugby union, a drop kick is used for the kick-off and restarts and to score a field or drop goal. Originally it was one of only two ways to score points, along with the place kick. Drop kicks are mandatory: * from the centre spot to start a half (a kick-off) * from the centre spot to restart the game after points have been scored * to restart play from the 22-metre line (called a drop-out) after the ball is touched down or made dead in the in-goal area by the defending team when the attacking team kicked or took the ball into the in-goal area * to score a field goal or drop goal (or dropped goal) in open play, which is worth three points. Drop kicks are optional: * for a conversion kick after a try has been scored, but this is rare, as place kicks are generally used for the conversion * for a penalty kick to score a penalty goal, but this is rare, as place kicks are generally used * when kicking for touch (the sideline) from a penalty, although the option of a punt kick is usually taken instead. Additionally, in rugby sevens, the drop kick is used for all conversion attempts which must be taken within 40 seconds of the try being scored.
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