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wedding tackle

A humorous euphemism for male genitalia. Ouch, that one hit him right in the wedding tackle.
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wedding tackle

a man's genitalia. British vulgar slang
See also: wedding
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The popular choke tackle, when the defending team holds a player up to form a maul, could be in danger of becoming obsolete under the new trial laws, while the increasing number of high-tackle penalties is likely to only go up to begin with.
Really, it's the same in business; you should tackle underperformance immediately and stop it from happening.
It's a type of tackle that teams are using, just like a chop tackle is, just like an assist tackle, but I would prefer not to commsnt on what Shaun Edwards has said."
World Rugby have announced an immediate amendment to their TMO protocol in relation to its high tackle framework that make it mandatory for the TMO to be involved in the verification of any red card decision.
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"I thought it was a clean tackle at the time, you know if it's a naughty one or mistimed, hold your hands up."
However, the tackle has generated a number of different responses - with views ranging from no penalty whatsoever to a straight red card for Kaino.
The law will make alterations to the definition of a high tackle from above the line of the shoulders to above the armpit line.
"Reducing the height of the tackle will have an effect on the attack and the defence, and it will be interesting to see whether we see more offloads and a quicker game, as there will be less chance to wrap the ball up."
The physical demands of rugby union are characterized by intermittent short duration, high intensity exercise with frequent physical collisions between players known as the tackle (Gabbett and Ryan, 2009; Hendricks and Lambert, 2010; Hendricks et al., 2012a).
"If you get through that amount of tackles - depending on the tackle type, three or four tackles in one game could be sorer than 23, it depends how it goes - but that's a phenomenal amount of work for anyone to get through."
That's why the red card for Manchester City's Vincent Kompany for his attempted tackle on Manchester United's Nani in their FA Cup derby clash was ridiculous.