Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|a scrummaging technique developed in Argentina.
|a score made after a try by kicking the ball over the crossbar from a place kick.
|in rugby, a high kick forward followed by a rush towards the landing place of the ball.
|the act of pushing off an opponent eg in rugby.
|the winning of the ball, by the defender's team, after a tackle and before a ruck has formed.
|(Sl.) a loose forward in rugby.
|a scaled down version of rugby.
|a form of rugby played in wheelchairs by people afflicted with quadriplegia.
|in rugby, a flanker who plays on the open side of the scrum.
|a form of football using an oval ball.
|the back of the neck (verb) in rugby, to engage in a scrummage
|a disorderly struggle, a melee esp in rugby; (verb) to form a scrum.
|the act of forming a rugby scrum.
|one who takes part in a scrummage.
|(Sl.) a scrum half.
|(Sl.) rugby slang for impetigo spread by players' faces rubbing together in the scrum.
|an unidrected kick of the ball.