put-in


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put-in

[ˈpʊtˌɪn] N (Rugby) → introducción f
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The put-in of the ball is going to have a big impact, as well as the referee deciding when the ball can go in, if the scrum is stationary.
Even more tellingly, Ireland have been awarded nine penalties or free-kicks at their own put-in, while only being penalised twice - an 82% ratio.
Those who long for a return to the days of 'competitive scrums' will point out that the put-ins are crooked and the chances of a win 'against the head' are negligible.
And it worked a treat, with Wales stopping the Pumas from getting up a head of steam by holding them up to win the put-ins at scrums.
Newcastle showed real intent with ball in hand in the opening ten minutes, perhaps encouraged by Wasps turning possession over from their first scrum and lineout put-ins.
Residents and visitors will enjoy the new whitewater rapids, fishing areas, kayak put-ins and other natural attractions many did not know were in the community.
Believe it or not, Wales had eight of the nine put-ins.
Referees have also been asked to ensure put-ins are straight necessitating the return of hookers actually hooking for the ball rather than simply being driven over it.
Put-ins for water-based cleanups begin at Alton Baker or Island Park only.
Call the visitor center first to check on conditions and to get deets on fees, put-ins, and pullouts.
The turnover scrums aside, England were unable to establish a platform on their own ball with five put-ins resulting in free-kicks as Australia went to ground.
Of the 13 the insistence of straight scrum put-ins - how novel - clarification on lineout lifting and quick throws are welcome.