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- n. The practice, in Rugby Union, of forwards running in the back line rather than concentrating on their primary positional duties in open play (see rugby union positions).
- n. The practice of using a British Seagull outboard.
- n. The practice of working as a non-union casual stevedore.
- v. Present participle of seagull.
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Elsom was poor as well - seagulling -check, letting in a very soft blindside run from a scrum -check, anonymous in tight -check; but he did redeem himself slightly by running with that ball from within the 22, I rated him "Acceptable" so far I reckon he's been poor 4 times, acceptable twice and good twice for the Wallabies - time to give Higginbotham a go.
But a comedy of Australian errors from an ill-conceived Dan Carter chip led to a counter-attacking try, finished by seagulling prop Tony Woodcock, opened the door for the visitors.