flanker


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flanker

1. A dependency or a service wing on a side of a building.
2. From a recess in the side of a medieval bastion, a gun emplacement that commanded the ramparts.
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Scotland flanker Alasdair Strokosch could still play some part in the RBS 6 Nations despite confirmation he suffered a fractured bone near his eye during the opening defeat against England.
Second Play, Flanker Screen Double Pass [ILLUSTRATION FOR DIAGRAM 2 OMITTED], ball in the middle of the field, Pro I Flanker Right: The QB again reversed out and fired to the flanker, and our wide-out again appeared to break inside the block by his tackle.
But four minutes into stoppage time, ex-Neath flanker Price intercepted on the home 22, and sprinted clear for the winning try that fly-half Luke Richards goaled.
Flanker Dwayne Speakman crossed for two and there was one each from wing Ben Syme, flanker Clwyd Jones, full-back Gethin Hughes and replacement Owen Dafydd.
Coventry started brighter and were rewarded with a well worked try on seven minutes as fly-half Myles Dorrian made a break, found flanker Darren Clayton in support with the flanker's flicked pass to hooker Chris Whitehead to dive over to score.
One to watch: Argentine international flanker Martin Schusterman was a stand-out performer at Plymouth Albion.
WALES flanker Martyn Williams believes his side can bury their Edinburgh hoodoo.
Kevin Morgan is in for his injured Newport colleague Hal Luscombe on the right wing while Neath-Swansea forward Ryan Jones comes in at blindside flanker to replace Jonathan Thomas.
Stourbridge winger Toby Wilson was on the ground receiving treatment for an injury when his opposing winger Phil Deer made it 8-0 with the first try before flanker Gareth Taylor got the visitors off the mark with an unconverted try in a penalty line-out drive.
The last major, realistic jet fighter sim was Flanker 2.
REPLACEMENT flanker Mama Molitika earned Bridgend a shock win over Cardiff for the first time for six years.
When flanker Jim McElroy moved on last year and took his team-leading 47 catches with him, UCLA coach Bob Toledo went back to the drawing board.