leachy

Related to leachy: litchi nut, litchi tree

leachy

(ˈliːtʃɪ)
adj, leachier or leachiest
(of soils) capable of being permeated by water
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He said: "Once it was mentioned to Leachy that I wanted to go and play a season abroad, he straight away recommended the Northies.
Barny (Ed Barnard) and Leachy both came back after a winter in Canberra and had great seasons for Worcester.
Along with Stacy, Leachy as she was known to her family, leaves two other children: Elizabeth Mitchell and her husband Larry, of Minneapolis, Minnesota and James Dratfield and his wife Chiara Indiani of Carmel, New York; grandchildren: Aaron Amaral, Maria Eugenia Godoy and her husband Carlos Godoy, Molly Mitchell and Finn Dratfield; two great-grandchildren: Soledad and Carlos Leo Godoy; and many nieces and nephews.
With the likes of Shuggy (Shaun Johnson), Leachy (Simon Leach) and Karl (Culley) all agreeing to play, it should be a good night.
Always first to buy a round of drinks or offer to bail out one of the lads who was down on their luck, Leachy was great craic, with an infectious giggle and always-superb company.
It was widely accepted that Leachy was an exceptional talent.
We decided to keep the involvement to British players only, and I'm delighted that the captain of Great Britain in Jonathan Weaver will be there as well the likes of Leachy and Task.
But for Leachy it was the perfect night and I am happy for him.
With McAllister in and Leachy coming back, I've got a lot of options.