scrumdown

scrumdown

(ˈskrʌmˌdaʊn)
n
(Rugby) the forming of a scrum in rugby
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WITH another rugby year soon to be behind us, Scrumdown picks out the top 10 moments that have defined the oval-ball game during 2013.
STAFF and residents at Bracebridge Court in Atherstone were given the chance to get their hands on a large leather ball, which is set to be the target for a massive scrumdown in their town centre.
He had spent 35 minutes at the bottom of a heaving, crushing mass of bodies in a final scrumdown outside the window of a wedding gown shop.
YOUNGSTERS held a seaside scrumdown and met their rugby heroes.
Six minutes later Warriors opted for a scrum over a penalty and when French referee Patrick Pechambert decided the visitors had pulled the scrumdown Hickey made no mistake converting the penalty try for 19-6.
Rugby fans are in for a treat this month as a star quartet scrumdown in Dubai for a special gala dinner.
Captain Jack Robinson chased and tackled behind the posts, earning his side a scrumdown five metres out.
DOZENS of young book worms were rewarded for their efforts after a summer story scrumdown.
All the players and substitutes celebrated in a giant scrumdown alongside their manager.
The final big scrumdown will take place today as we know it, as the Hair Bears and Co try to shove New Zealand's pack into submission.
THE last Scrumdown of the season is time to reflect on a year's worth of drama, toil and travel as we dish out rugby's most coveted awards, the 'Scrummies'.
He needed refreshing after spending 35 minutes at the bottom of a heaving, crushing mass of bodies in a final scrumdown outside the window of a wedding gown shop.