Definitions

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  • noun rugby A kicked pass from one side of the pitch to the other.
  • verb To perform a crosskick

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Examples

  • Even so, Morath set up Tonga's try, his crosskick taken on the bounce by wing Sukanaivalu Hufanga in the right corner.

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  • Even so, Morath set up Tonga's try, his crosskick taken on the bounce by wing Sukanaivalu Hufanga in the right corner.

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  • Rocky Elsom was forced out in the corner, Carter pulled off a try-saving tackle on Pat McCabe and Digby Ioane was unable to latch on to a Cooper crosskick over the try line.

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  • His display was enough to earn him his first cap the following month: Rowlands's crosskick created the game's first try, scored by Sid Judd, and he scored the second himself with a

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  • Columbus forward Steven Lenhart split two Sounders FC defenders to send a crosskick pass into the net in the 46th minute.

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  • The Reds had their brightest period getting back to 12-22 in Sweeney's time off the field before Donald caught Connor out of position nearing halftime with a pin-point crosskick for Muliaina to score.

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  • Scotland stepped up the momentum with a dash down the middle by Sean Lamont, but the immediate bid for more points was snuffed out when Al Strokosch failed to latch on to Godman's crosskick to the corner.

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  • Nine minutes later it was that man Slade again as he produced a pinpoint, high crosskick which wing Paul Williams leapt high to accept before twisting his way over the tryline in the tackle of Tasman centre Kade Poki.

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