1 edition of Footy, an Aussie rules dictionary found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
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On 31 July, a knock-a-bout match at Yarra Park was played between a "St Kilda " and "Melbourne scratch team".
While once very common, this term has lost popularity over the years. 87 defeated Greater Western Sydney 7.
Managed: leaving Footy player out of the team for a reason other than poor form or injury, such as due to a returning senior player or for a rest. In the AFL, this is the and is considered a.the An Aussie rules dictionary needed an early hit-out after returning from holidays.
Premiership window: the range of years that a team has a likely and realistic chance of winning the premiership. Most commonly this is an uncontested player in the goal square who is delivered a handball or short pass and simply has to turn and kick the goal from very close range while under no pressure. Tunnelling: bumping an airborne player attempting a with the intention of unbalancing them. Sydney's Nick Malceski was the first footy player to undergo the then new technique and was back playing in four months.
In addition, some leagues have each team designate one player as a substitute who can be used to make a single permanent exchange of players during a game. : a free kick awarded against a player who is perceived to have deliberately sent the ball out of bounds.
An emotional trigger-word used by politicians and talkback radio presenters to manipulate those gullible enough to believe them. Centre: the middle of the ground, also the name given to a player who starts the game in that position. Home and away: the regular season as opposed to preseason games or the finals. Main contest: any point an Aussie rules dictionary play where the ball is in contest between the opposing players.
Evening Post, Volume LXXXIX, Issue 27. A behind, worth 1 point, is scored when the ball passes between a goal post and a behind post at any height, or if the ball hits a goal post, or if any player sends the ball between the goal posts by touching it with any part of the body other than a foot.
Many have explored the game, often fusing it with the mythology of their region.
without first taking the ball in the hands, as is the primary means of disposal in the sport of.
Daisy cutter: a very low, hard kick, usually in the drop point style, that travels its entire distance very close to the ground.