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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscrummagescrum‧mage /ˈskrʌmɪdʒ/ noun [countable]  x-refa scrum(1)
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scrummageFrom a scrummage on the 22 a double mis-move by Hepburn created the gap for centre Wilcoxon to score under the posts.Really, there should not be any collapsed scrummages during the 80 minutes of play.But the reality is different; collapsed scrummages appear to be on the increase, despite the obvious dangers.Our scrummage must be rock-solid so we get a stable platform to work off.Over went a Grayson penalty just before half time, and on came the pressure at the scrummage into the second half.Are at least able to make an educated guess as to who is collapsing the scrummage. 7.It all revolves around who get the put-in to the scrummage following a stoppage at ruck or maul.They can tackle the recipient and hope to win the scrummage put-in themselves.
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