Article 14 – Positioning the Jack after it has been Stopped
(a) If the jack, having been hit, is stopped by a spectator or by the Umpire, it remains where it stops.
(b) If the jack, having been hit, is stopped by a player, his opponent has the choice of:
(i) leaving the jack in its new position.
(ii) putting it back in its original position.
(iii) placing it anywhere on the extension of a line from its original position to where it is found up to a maximum distance of 20m (15m for Cadets and Minors) and such that it is visible.
|Abu leapt out of the way of the cochonnet numerous times, gaining considerable height in his jumps.|