Where the actions of a participant in a lawful sport or game accidently cause the death of another the killing is not manslaughter1 save where his actions fall outside the scope of the sport or the game and are dangerous, unlawful and constitute a criminal act2. A person is not guilty of manslaughter simply because the actions that caused the death have broken the rules of the game
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