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- noun rugby . One who
scrummages; usually used in reference to the qualities of front row forwards
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Murray has not suddenly turned into a poor scrummager: he just needs matches.
His physicality is really important at the breakdown, he's a powerful scrummager and he calls the lineouts.
He would bolster a scrum that was dismantled in the final autumn Test by South Africa and, while Wales will be without their Lions prop Gethin Jenkins next month, his replacement, Paul James, is a more aggressive scrummager.
Castro is a tough test, a good scrummager he will put you under pressure.
Saracens, who are second in the Aviva Premiership, have rich front-row resources with South Africa's inspirational 2007 World Cup winning skipper John Smit, Schalk Brits, Italian scrummager Carlos Nieto and England international Matt Stevens on their books.
WalesOnline - Home WalesOnline 2012
He is a great scrummager, an underrated asset particularly as McCaw is having trouble pushing off his foot at the moment.
Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph Telegraph Staff 2011
A solid scrummager and accurate thrower he was also mobile in the loose and a forthright leader of his forwards.
"It shows how old I am - Hoggy's 10 years younger than me," said Kalman, who has 12 A caps and is a strong scrummager.
Geoff Cross will replace Murray, who has been dubbed by Scotland coach Andy Robinson as "the best scrummager".
BBC News - Home 2011
Robinson added: Euan is our best scrummager, Euan is not playing in this game.