I am not posting this to complain and beat a dead horse over a past event, I am merely trying to clarify a rule for future reference.
Ok, so at 1:45 in this video, we are trying to stack 9 cubes in the bottom left corner, and we succeed, you can see that our rollers are barely not touching the bottom cube and the stack is supporting itself, not resting on our tray. While the defense being played by the opposing team was very effective and legal up until this point, my question is: Is/was it legal for them to push us into our already stacked and scored stack of cubes, causing it to no longer become scored. (For reference, the refs didn’t call this a DQ) Would they still have “caused” it to no longer become scored, or is it not their fault because they pushed us without directly touching it?.
Again, I am not accusing the refs or the team of anything, I just want to know what the rules are in he future. I think that the rule(s) applying here would be:
<SG3> Case F
Cause Scored Cubes within the opponent’s Protected Zone
to no longer meet the definition of Scored (i.e. “knock over
their stack”). (The punishment for this is an immediate DQ.
The definition of scored: Basically if it’s fully resting on either the floor tile within the goal zone or another scored cube then it’s scored.