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  • n. Alternative form of hit-out.


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  • TRENT Waterhouse (pectoral muscle) and Lachan Coote (groin) were still no certainties to take part in the final hitout against the Eels; | Top Stories

  • I'd love him to stay in rugby for the next couple of years but at some stage I'd love to see him have a hitout in league. | Top Stories

  • That trio is expected to play in the Storm's final hitout, against Brisbane in Hobart on February 18. | Top Stories

  • Brisbane Broncos will enter life without club champion Darren Lockyer with a first-round hitout against Parramatta, who will be showing off new recruit Chris Sandow. | Top Stories

  • He took part in Friday's intra-club hitout and looked in solid shape. | Top Stories

  • Coach Richard Graham said the hitout had been a good exercise in conditioning for his players, with the temperature up around the 40 degree mark. | Top Stories

  • With the grand final parade taking place shortly after the completion of the hitout, the turnout of the Magpie faithful was even bigger than the team's main training run on Wednesday, with about 15,000 rowdy fans in attendance.

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  • Storm's reserves against Auckland Vulcans was his first hitout since he shattered his leg in

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  • "I'm probably a bit (more sore) than normal because it was my first hitout for the year, but coming up against Geelong, we expect that," Bateman said. | Top Stories

  • Collingwood captain Nick Maxwell was also taking positives from the hitout, and said no one was to blame for the poor marking on Schneider. | Top Stories


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