put-in


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put-in

Rugby the act of throwing the ball into a scrum
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You will still have to be technically strong in maintaining your own ball, but on opposition put-ins it means you might have licence to just go for outand-out aggression.
On each occasion, the first Irish put-in of the match has resulted in messy mayhem.
Their put-ins and take-outs are off little known dirt roads or by landowner permission; they often have to use a chain saw-operated winch to hoist the boat out of the river.
The worst was the scrums when the Saracens front row of Kevin Yates, Matt Cairns and Cobus Visagie gave Ian Peel, Andy Long and Micky Ward such a hard time on their own ball that for long periods the Falcons couldn't even win their own put-ins.
You are required to fill out a daily manifest form and leave it in a box located at the various put-ins along the river if your run requires a permit.
He dominated the line-out from the start, taking the ball cleanly on at least five Ballymena put-ins.
Poor lineout put-ins made life even more difficult.
First, the put-ins and take-outs can be located away from these sites.
Italy's scrummage was so poor that they could not guarantee ball from their own put-ins and the line-out was bad.
The first pairs of Teva footwear were sold out of a van to friends and fellow boaters at the various put-ins along the river.
Macclesfield's front row creaked alarmingly on their first two put-ins, and while they managed to scramble possession from the base, their front five must have feared a long afternoon.
Nine fish in as many put-ins convinced him to stay down the edge for the rest of the match as he bagged carp to 10lb.