It is not a roquet unless they remain in contact after passing through the bridge.
The "rush" is a roquet sending the ball hit in some desired direction.
A ball may be hit and moved by concussion before a roquet as well as after one.
A roquet, but no other hit, entitles to the privileges of croquet.
As soon as a step on the round is made, it no longer makes any difference whether a roquet was declined or not.
A roquet-croquet is precisely like a roquet when the balls are in contact.
If the points are equal the first roquet decides the contest.
"Some mauvais sujets, no doubt, who refuse to pay the score," suggested Madame roquet.
A ball already in contact with another ball does not roquet unless it move it perceptibly.
To “rush” a ball is to roquet it hard so that it proceeds for a considerable distance in a desired direction.