Definition of stab kick in English:

stab kick

(also stab pass)

noun

Australian Rules Football
  • A fast low kick to a teammate.

    ‘his main weapon was the stab kick for a chasing winger’
    • ‘His luck started to turn when a stab kick set up brother and fullback Brett for Manly's first four-pointer.’
    • ‘The Brumbies led at the break after White kicked two penalties and set up a try for the winger with a perfectly weighted stab kick.’
    • ‘Mullen puts a nice little stab kick through from 30 out.’
    • ‘Cronk again with a little stab kick through and Barba is there but he is under pressure and runs the ball dead.’
    • ‘He recognised the precocious forward and let fly with a stab pass.’
    • ‘Going as far back as 1902, the Magpies introduced the stab pass to the game and used it to great effect to beat Geelong at Corio by 40 points.’