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21 b) When taking the stroke, the attacker shall stand close to the ball and shall be permitted in making the stroke to take one stride forward. The stride shall not be invalidated by reason of the rear foot moving provided that it does not pass the front foot before the ball is moved. Dragging or lifting the rear foot is not a breach of this Rule. _ o He may touch the ball once only and thereafter shall not approach either the ball or the goal keeper. The attacking player shall not take the penalty stroke until the umpire, having satisfied himself that both defender and attacker are ready, has indicated that he may do so by blowing his whistle. C (i. The goal-keeper shall stand on the goal-line. After the player taking the stroke and the goal-keeper are in position, the goal-keeper may not leave the goal-line or move either of his feet until the ball has been played. ii) He shall not be penalized, if, in stopping a shot at goal, the ball, in the umpire’s opinion, merely rebounds off his body or his hand of the ball be caught and held by the goal-keeper it shati be deemed to be at rest. (See also Clause (e) (iii)). He may not touch the ball with any part of his stick when the ball is above the height of his shoulder. The usual privileges of the goal-keeper shall be allowed to him, but he shałł not be allowed any change of dress or equipment between the award and the completion of the penalty stroke. (See Rule 16 (b)(i) above,) iii) if any action prior by the striker prior to striking, the ball, induce the goal-keeper to move either of his feet 2