One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
nounAustralian Rules Football
A kick to put the ball back into play, taken by the defending team after a behind has been scored.‘we lined up for the kickout’
- ‘Whelan dropped short to collect a kickout from Keiren Westwood.’
- ‘He latched on to a quick kickout putting the ball into the Kilbride net.’
- ‘The goal was the result of a poor kickout by the Ballintubber goalkeeper.’
- ‘From the kickout the ball was worked up the stand side of the pitch.’
- ‘Once again St Pats struck for a late goal but the referee blew the final whistle from the kickout.’
- ‘From the kickout, he made no mistake.’
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