Hello to all learned ladies gentlemen of the forum. Following our game at the weekend, the oppo had a goal disallowed for the shot being outside the D. This would've been 1-0 to them, in a game which we went on to win 3-0, so was rather important. A colleague at work actually plays for said oppo, and he said their forward's view was that the ball was touching the outside of the line, meaning it counted as in the D. Our guys unsurprisingly said the ball was just plain outside the D. The umpire didn't award the goal based on it being outside the D. This leads me to the following question, which I can see has been raised elsewhere in the forum, but from my review did not lead to a consensus. Is there anything in the rule book that defines what counts as "inside the D"? I realise that opinon may differ on this, and interpretation may come in to it, however I'm really more interested to see if anyone can pinpoint the part of the rules of the game, that confirms whether the line itself is classed as inside or outside the D. Alternatively, it'd also be really interesting if anyone can confirm that this is omitted from the rulebook. Many thanks for all help in advance.