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backline

the upper outline of the body's silhouette viewed from the side.
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Sam Nicholson 8 Prepared to drive at Well backline and changed gears to torment Law.
The Warriors' backline constantly threatened Rotherham throughout and Ryan insists his side's potency among the backs is another string to their bow.
e only change to the backline that started in Dublin will see Mike Brown restored at full-back after completing his recovery from concussion, forcing Alex Goode to drop out of the 23.
Lancaster could almost find his backline for the Millennium Stadium clash on Friday week picks itself at this rate.
With such a makeshift backline it looked inevitable that City would eventually find a way through at the Etihad and Sergio Aguero's 63rdminute strike was enough to settle it.
The home pack is unchanged but with such an inexperienced backline there must be a concern that Leinster will have too much for the Connacht defence to cope with.
RUGBY UNION: Exeter Chiefs flyer Jack Nowell is ready to ease England's backline injury crisis, according to full-back Mike Brown.
But O'Connell believes O'Driscoll's performances were no worse than many of his backline colleagues, and claimed he was hampered by a lack of ball from the Lions forwards.
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As a backline you've got size and pace and skill," said Roberts, who stands at 6ft 4ins and tips the scales at 17st 4lbs.
AUCKLAND, New Zealand: Jonny Wilkinson has overcome an arm injury to remain at flyhalf in a new backline combination with Toby Flood for England's Rugby World Cup quarterfinal against France Saturday.
After the initial burst, the vigour of the home team seemed to fizzle out as the rest of the half saw the play mostly confined to the midfield with neither team penetrating the other's backline.