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knock-on

Rugby the infringement of playing the ball forward with the hand or arm
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Young agreed that his team were extremely unfortunate not to be awarded a penalty try and see their opponents lose a player to the sinbin when the TMO was unable to spot what appeared to be a deliberate knock-on, but refused to criticise the officials.
Twice the visitors rumbled towards the line only to be forced into touch or to knock-on.
The majority of the game was played in Aylesford's half but Waterloo were not able to convert their attacks into points, suffering a number of knock-ons on or just over the line and three up-held tries, allowing the Londoners to seal the Premiership.
I don't think we can blame the coach for knock-ons, running into touch or bad lineouts.
We then gave them points through errors such as knock-ons and penalties from our scrums.
From the start of Saturday's game, Caernarfon were pinned in their own half and twice nearly yielded early scores, with knock-ons squandering both chances for Nant.
THE first time racing was properly shafted was in the 1960s when the government brought in the Gambling Act that legalised bookmakers, thus robbing the sport of the opportunity to have a Tote monopoly, with all the beneficial knock-ons of better prize-money, etc.
Palace went more direct in the second half and Watson picked up a lot of knock-ons.
All related markets are shrinking and the knock-ons are having their effect.
Containers from the new terminal will go straight to Tesco or Asda, but there will be knock-ons.
Moseley seemed to be going for some sort of record for knock-ons and spilled passes when they were give a lifeline in the 24th minute.
There appeared to be two knock-ons before the score but the skipper said: 'We had 40 minutes to go after that so we can't use it as an excuse.