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  • noun Plural form of goalkicker.


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  • But in a World Cup where some of the most reliable goalkickers have struggled, his remarkable consistency stands apart.

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  • With so much on the line, it's curious that so many teams in New Zealand are heading into the knockout rounds with goalkickers who are more or less new to the job.

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  • But a glance at the numbers suggests a simpler explanation: Big-game nerves are playing havoc with a group of unseasoned goalkickers.

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  • It was lucky New Zealand's goalkickers missed two very kickable penalty attempts.

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  • Van Straaten has flown from South Africa to coach the Wallabies' goalkickers - O'Connor, Kurtley Beale, Quade Cooper and Matt Giteau - at their training camp on the Gold Coast. | Top Stories

  • Is Michael Gordon worth the price tag for your won't feature among the tryscorers or the goalkickers, but few people will disagree that he's the most important man in Penrith. | Top Stories

  • With more goalkickers increasing their range to 50m, there is greater chance of games being decided because of technical transgressions that have no real bearing on the play. | Top Stories

  • It did not matter that the All Black goalkickers Piri Weepu and Aaron Cruden missed five shots between them, because Australia was rattled and never looked as if it could win.

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  • Van Straaten, who has been working with the Wallabies' goalkickers since last year, has told O'Connor that their kicking actions are similar - so much so that van Straaten was able to superimpose film footage of himself kicking on to an image of O'Connor. | Top Stories

  • All the major World Cup contenders will have outstanding goalkickers, including Dan Carter (All Blacks), Morne Steyn (Springboks) and Toby Flood (England). | Top Stories


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