Kicking Goals

Kicking Goals

Achieving success, especially by making high sales. The term comes from Australian rules football.
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Biggar, who has won 60 caps for Wales and totalled 295 points, has his own routine before kicking goals, which fans now call 'The Biggarena' after Los Del Rio's 1995 hit, Macarena.
The Report says that While many peoples attention has been focussed on developments in the larger States, Tasmanias economy has been quietly kicking goals.
Let's face it, he won his Six Nations and Lions awards for kicking goals.
If you want Clinton back in action on the pitch for the Crusaders kicking goals against the Catalan Dragons on Friday, March 18 visit his on-line giving page now and show your support.
Toulon, with Jonny Wilkinson pulling strings and kicking goals, had threatened to pile on more misery early on.
ANDY FARRELL is determined to enjoy the occasion when he faces the daunting double mission of firing England's backs and kicking goals against World Cup rivals South Africa tomorrow.
Rose has been kicking goals all term - collecting 1ST points - and showed no trace of big match nerve3 when hi3 opportunity came as Oxford were penalised at the first scrum.
It's a lot different kicking goals in a game to knocking them over in practice without the pressure of a match situation and a big crowd,' explained Rowlands.
Lyon, who scores tries as well as kicking goals, is sure to take centre stage this afternoon.
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.