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.
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.
Whether on slippery rocks while portaging a canoe, rough and hidden underwater surfaces at steep put-ins when putting a kayak in the water or on the slick fiberglass of a boat, Sperry has engineered a complete collection of footwear that creates a safer and more enjoyable experience in, on and around the water.
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.
Their put-ins and take-outs are off little known dirt roads or by landowner permission; they often have to use a chain saw-operated winch to hoist the boat out of the river.
The worst was the scrums when the Saracens front row of Kevin Yates, Matt Cairns and Cobus Visagie gave Ian Peel, Andy Long and Micky Ward such a hard time on their own ball that for long periods the Falcons couldn't even win their own put-ins.