Definition of touch-in-goal in English:

touch-in-goal

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noun

Rugby
The area at the corner of the field bounded by continuations of the touchline and the goal line.
More example sentences
  • When the ball or the ball-carrier has gone into touch-in-goal, the in-goal judge must hold up the flag.
  • The touch judge must also signal when the ball or the all ball carrier has gone into touch-in-goal.
  • Neil and Gbemie made a great cover tackle to force a Beckenham player into touch-in-goal to save a score after a couple of minutes.

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