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18:34 Feb 20, 2005
English to English translations [PRO] Sports / Fitness / Recreation
English term or phrase:to line one’s opponent (Rugby)
In one of the Sunday Times supplements out today, it says of Welsh rugby player Gavin Henson, “Even in defence he has time to line his opponent – he reminds me of Jonny Wilkinson in that.”
I cannot access the link provided by you, Tony, as my server seems not to have permission to go there. Anyways, the one thing that is clear from our varying definitions is that the line has to do with defense. I hope that helped SeiTT.