puckout

puckout

(ˈpʌkaʊt)
n
hurling a free hit from the goal area made by the goalkeeper
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After Breen's final leveller, however, Reid crowned a fine performance to rise highest from the resultant puckout and feed Leahy for the late winner.
Within 60 seconds Conor Mahon fielded a puckout and drove at the opposition goal, drawing a stunning save from Frank Foley.
CA C CALLANAN 6 A dreadful error for Waterford's second goal, puckout return was underwhelming.
By half-time Waterford led 1-7 to 0-9 though Cork had some joy on the opposition puckout after half-time and were a point up when Cahalane was shown a second yellow for upending Conor Gleeson.
The reality is we would never be in this position only Tony Kelly won that puckout and he'll tell me to this day that he did look but I know he didn't look and he just hit it over his shoulder and it went over the bar," says O'Connor.
Galvin continued: "He sort of started that short puckout and he was very good at it.
Chin rose to collect Mark Fanning's puckout amid a thicket of bodies and, on his left side into a stiff breeze, slung over a brilliant point to double his side's lead.
It was then that Wexford's other joint-captain, Lee Chin, came into his own, seizing a puckout from Mark Fanning and striking a crucial point, while also slotting a pair of 65s into the strong wind in the second half and brilliantly setting up a score for O'Hanlon.
Pa Cronin went missing, their midfield found winning primary possession from puckouts an extremely arduous task and, had it not been for Patrick Horgan, they would have struggled for scores.
Clare's half-back line of debutant Michael O'Malley, David McInerney and Seadna Morey proved largely impassable from Cork goalkeeper Anthony Nash's first half puckouts as they mopped up time after time.
Waterford forced the Rebels to play a more unorthodox style of hurling and Niall McCarthy was the only real option for Donal Og Cusack for puckouts.