stab kick

stab kick

n
(Australian Rules Football) Australian rules football a rapid kick of the ball from one player to another member of his team. Also called: stab pass
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The Lions increased their lead on 14 minutes as Dean Gamble touched down a stab kick and Jackson added the extras.
But the Wallabies hit back after Foley's stab kick behind the Irish defence was seized by winger Marika Koroibete, who beat Rob Kearney and took Sexton over the line to score.
But the Boks got a shock in the 10th minute when Webster ran on to a stab kick by fly-half Gordon Ross to score in the corner.
Then Saints had a slice of good fortune when Lyon's stab kick rebounded off the post with Long booting both conversions to give his side that slender lead.
Covell-Wood was next to score just three minutes later as he touched down a Pogson stab kick and a shell-shocked Ince team wondered how the game had suddenly starting to get away from them after such a bright opening ten minutes.
The conversion was missed, and Underbank levelled on eight minutes as centre Adam Ryder was first to react and pounce for the try from a Luke Pogson stab kick.