hoicks

hoicks

 (hoiks)
interj.
Variant of yoicks.
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hoicks

(hɔɪks)
interj
(Hunting) a cry used to encourage hounds to hunt. Also: yoicks
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I told my granddaughter Molly, who is eight, the other day that I was going to have this done,' she grins and hoicks the God, you're going to be terrifying, Nana!
His seventh one day hundred was full of flicks, hoicks, sweeps and pulls over the legisde boundary and while the fans couldn't get enough of it, the bowlers had their fill of it.
The solution of course is batsmen with the ability to hit the gaps, scoring five an over without having to resort to ugly hoicks in addition to the capability of hitting boundaries when needed.
The wild hoicks were replaced by classy strokes, and while he first tore into Malinga, taking 15 off the 17th over, he decided to show Mitchell McClenaghan what he can do to bowlers when in form.
He added the Australian top order is woefully ill equipped to play spin, adding ugly sweeps and hoicks are taking them nowhere.
Bell plundered 68 off them, improvising a couple of pre-mediated leg side hoicks that was straight out of the Viv Richards manual of batting unorthodoxy.
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His seventh one-day century was full of flicks, hoicks, sweeps and pulls over the legside boundary and the bowlers could not cope.
The halfcentury he scored was a fluent one and hoicks over long-on fence were back as well.
Both were soon out after playing ugly hoicks before Pietersen and Eoin Morgan put together England's only decent stand, adding 83.
It was then that Butcher started a collapse which saw four wickets fall for 12 runs in 16 overs, with the wildest of leg-side hoicks which he might have been excused had his side needed six to win off the last ball of the match.