scrummie

scrummie

(ˈskrʌmɪ)
n
(Rugby) chiefly informal South African and Austral and NZ short for scrum half
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The menu offered simple but flavoursome dishes, nicely presented, like fragrant red Thai curry, chicken and bacon in a creamy Chardonnay sauce, mouthwatering pork medallions with herb infused rice; brioche bread and butter pudding, light and scrummie creme brulee cheesecake.
The five-strong Scrummie range, which is being rolled out into Tesco and Sainsbury's next month, is made from 100% butter sponge made with free-range eggs and contains no nasties.
But friends think down-to-earth Mike has found the perfect Scrummie - the rugger equivalent of a Wag - and reckon the royals will adore his warmth and sense of humour.
But vegetarians can eat free-range eggs and there's some scrummie recipes using them on the society website.
1 tour'; and Taotao Tasi, a cultural dinner show and sensory sensation replete with unlimited scrummies, drums, singers, fire dancers and some unnerving/exhilarating swordplay, staged in Gun Beach, Tamuning.
He also says the Scrummies - the rugby version of football'sWAGs - are welcome to join their fellas in New Zealand any time they like.
England boss to welcome scrummies (WAGs) to World Cup.
Today Rin Simpson speaks to two of Wales' scrummies - rugby's equivalent to football's Wags - about pre-match nerves, designer labels and what the other scrummies are really like
My husband's family has long referred to cereal as pop-nut scrummies, not knowing exactly why.
Sharwood's has worked with Sun Valley on a range of stir fry chicken meals while Robertson's jam was used in Mother's Pride Scrummies.
com are the Scrummies - nine rugby-loving ladies who have been acting as a human billboard at first round matches to promote the site.
They're the Scrummies - the unsung women behind England's World Cup rugby heroes.