Kicking Goals

Kicking Goals

Achieving success, especially by making high sales. The term comes from Australian rules football.
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The 32-year-old added: "The game should not have been down to Charlie kicking goals, the game should have been over by then, we had enough possession and territorial domination to win the game.
The home lead was 20-6 at half time as full-back Mal Roberts cut through to score and Harvey kept kicking goals.
But there were important issues settled in a mighty battle up front and when it came to the critical matter of kicking goals, Jon Preston came up trumps and his four penalties proved crucial.
Sony's Aibo robotic dog, with a tiny camera in its nose, has become a soccer goalie's nightmare kicking goals with reasonable frequency.
With a high-profile Oracle rollout in Victoria and a major expansion of its development centre in Hyderabad, India, publicly listed integrator, Oakton, is kicking goals domestically and on foreign lands.
Blue Bulls' tries came from Lloyd Ryland, Jonathon Humphrey (2), Jamie Lorimer, Gareth David (2), Lee Smith, Kieron Moore, Kenneth Dowding (2), Lewis Donnelly, Daniel Smith and Charles Stevenson, with Gareth Howells (9) and Gareth David kicking goals.
He is more used to kicking goals at a half-empty Cardiff Arms Park next door, rather than in the pressure-cooker atmosphere of the Millennium Stadium, but he is relishing the challenge.
MARK Van Gisbergen stepped up his bid to succeed Jason Robinson as England full-back when he equalled Jonny Wilkinson's Premiership record streak for kicking goals.
It is not like I am kicking goals or scor-ing loads of tries.
Like the more famous Pontypridd outside half Brett Davey, when he is not kicking goals from huge distances, enjoys scoring tries.
He is scoring tries and kicking goals - what more do you want?
While recuperating, he practises for hours and we all know how good he got at kicking goals applying the same sort of dedication.