Definition of fly kick in English:

fly kick

Line breaks: fly kick
chiefly Rugby

noun

A kick made while running.
More example sentences
  • Rightly or wrongly you were disqualified at the last worlds for a fly kick.
  • His fly kick in the UEFA Cup battle with Barcelona had everybody's hearts in their mouths.
  • The re-start was kicked deep and once again was not covered and replacement Warren Coles was able to fly kick forward, collect and dive over for Wring to crash over.

verb

(fly-kick) [with object] Back to top  
Kick (the ball) while running.

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