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leapfrog

a children's game in which each player in turn leaps over the others' bent backs, leaning on them with the hands and spreading the legs wide
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The victory saw the Midlanders leap-frog over Liverpool into seventh place in the Premier League, two points ahead of Rafa Benitez's team.
And the three points helped them leap-frog over Cartworth Moor into third from bottom of Division IV.
The visitors ( who now leap-frog Star into fifth ( took the lead after three minutes when striker David Tait blasted home the rebound after Gavin Cogden's shot was parried.
We kids from Maxstoke Street would often play leap-frog on the bomb when on the way to catch the tram for the Lickey Hills.
Steve Evans's men produced all the quality but had to wait until the last 10 minutes before midfielder Rusk's shot meant they leap-frog over Chester in mid-table.
It should, perhaps, come as no great surprise that hanging baskets have joined conkers, marbles, leap-frog and rolling cheeses down steep hills among many harmless English pastimes deemed too dangerous by obscure pettifogging officials.
Redback will continue to focus on video and mobility routing markets to leap-frog its traditional competitors.
Challenges included penalty kick taking, basketball free throws, cricket, Trampolining, running a mile around the school field, leap-frog races, and probably the most popular activity, the three-legged races that took place on the school field.
WARRINGTON had a miserable evening as a 34-22 defeat saw Huddersfield leap-frog them into fifth in the race for the engage Super League play-offs.
West Park beat Flying Scotsman 4-3 to leap-frog over them in mid-table, while Ryton SC scored a late winner to overcome Newcastle Rifles.
Ross County leap-frog Falkirk into fourth position due to a superior goal difference after Alex Smith's troops defeated Ayr United 2-1 away at Somerset Park.
Studley have the chance to leap-frog into second place --their highest ever position --if they overcome fellow Rocester.