pack rolling

pack rolling

[′pak ‚rōl·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Hot rolling of two or more sheets of metal packed together; a thin surface oxide film prevents their welding.
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They have got a big pack rolling forward and some very quick outside backs that can challenge you if you're taking a breather in the middle, that's why they're sat at the top because they have been the most consistent team.
To focus on the inadequacies of a misfiring Gloucester would be ignoring the fact that the Falcons simply did not allow them to play, with the visiting pack rolling their sleeves up enroute to a first league away win in 14 months.
We may also see the deadly effect of their pack rolling
Johnson's opening two tries, sandwiched by a try by flanker Gareth Grivell, finished off a 40-metre pack rolling maul on 12 minutes and South African centre Donovan Sanders' close-range pick-and-drive try on 19 minutes, Orrell having lost David Wilkes to the sin-bin five minutes eerlier for persistent infringement.
Unfortunately for Llanelli, they were unable to prevent Bourgoin's pack rolling away from a line-out for former Gloucester prop Federico Pucciariello to touchdown.
They've got a big pack rolling forward and have big outside backs who can really hurt you.