A participant in a sport impliedly consents to contacts which would otherwise constitute an assault or battery when they are made during the normal course of the sport1. The type of sport, level at which it is being played, nature of the act, risk of injury and state of mind of the contacting player are material to whether a particular act has been consented to
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