Definition of fly kick in English:

fly kick

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chiefly Rugby


  • 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.


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

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