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  • n. Plural form of flyhalf.

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Examples

  • If losing their flyhalves wasn't bad enough, in the warm-up Cameron Shepherd hurt his quad and had to pull out just to add to the Force's woes.

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  • Met Uysh has stats from all the flyhalves and Steyn's record away from Loftus is woeful, he has thrown Peter Grant in for good measure.

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  • "We're in the lucky position of having two good flyhalves and Ronan's experience will be more than helpful going to Paris."

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  • Johnson has never publically criticised him but with half a dozen flyhalves seemingly ahead of him in the pecking order, the player has decided to up sticks.

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  • A feature of the high tempo contest was the excellent goal kicking of rival flyhalves Morne Steyn of Bulls and Naas Olivier, who converted seven of eight attempts each.

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  • The two flyhalves continued to trade penalties before Steyn scored a second try for the Bulls with five minutes left in the first half.

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  • It is a sad reflection on the depth of the side that this is necessary - as it is that they have been importing flyhalves for the past few seasons.

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  • "Matt's one of the best flyhalves in the world so we were keen to give him every opportunity to play," Friend said.

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  • Both flyhalves were throwing the wide pass from the outset, and the All Blacks certainly seemed intent on running the big South African defenders around the ground.

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  • Johns, who is a former league flyhalf, is working with Sharks flyhalves Ruan Pienaar and Francois Steyn in particular to improve their decision making.

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