In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Joe Milner terrorised their scrum half throughout the afternoon.
- And it was the scrum half, whose drop goal separated the sides in the Grand Final last year, who sent in a kick for the next score.
- Despite this Muir conjured up their fifth try with their livewire scrum half Cussiter scorching in from 30 metres.
- Leigh were put under pressure early on when the Sandbach pack turned over the Leigh ball to enable their scrum half to score wide out.
- Hewitt set Barley up with a great inside pass to put his scrum half clear and through for try number two.
- From the start, it had looked as though the home side were going to run riot with Ian Wilson, the scrum half, scoring after five minutes.
- The replacement scrum half deftly fly-hacked the ball and chased for his side's eighth.
- They had the smooth half combination of Jupana Jayawardena the scrum half and Haren Malwatte as fly half.
- Loosing our scrum half and a back row forward through injury changed the whole game.
- But the ball bounced unkindly for the scrum half and it was hacked down field.
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