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A formation used to restart play after a minor infraction such as a knock-on or forward pass. Forwards on each side bind and the two groups come together, with the front rows interlocking to leave a tunnel between them. The scrum-half (#9) of the non-offending team feeds the ball into the tunnel midway between the front rows. The hookers attempt to get the ball back by ‘hooking' it with their feet, while the other players try to push or ‘drive' the opponent backwards. The scrum ends when the ball is out of the tunnel and in possession of a player on either team. As with a ruck, a player may not use his/her hands while the ball is in the scrum.
(rugby) the method of beginning play in which the forwards of each team crouch side by side with locked arms; play starts when the ball thrown in between them and the two sides compete for possession
a group of eight people on the same team moving as one trying to get the ball
an important way to restart play during a rugby match
a set play where the two teams forwards pack down and attempt to shove each other off the ball
a team pack in Rugby, everybody in the pack acts together with everyone else to move the ball down the field)
a way of restarting the game after an accidental infringement such as a knock-on (where a player drops the ball forwards) or a forward pass
A formation used to restart play after a knock-on or forward pass, or at any time when ordered by the referee. Forwards on each side bind and the two groups come together, with the front rows interlocking to leave a tunnel between them. The scrumhalf of the non-offending team feeds the ball into the tunnel from 1 meter away, midway between the front rows. The hookers attempt to get the ball out to a back. The scrum ends when the ball is out of the tunnel and in possession of a player on either team.
Scrum is an agile, lightweight process that can be used to manage and control software and product development using iterative, incremental practices.
A tight formation between the two opposing teams in readiness for the ball to be put in the tunnel between the two front rows and brought out into play.
A scrum is the method used to re-start the game after the play has been stopped because a rule has been broken. The scrum is formed by at least five players from each side (usually eight players) binding together with their arms, in rows, and pushing against the other team with their shoulders. The ball is put into play by rolling or tossing it into the tunnel between the two teams.
the formation used for restarting play after a knock-on or forward pass. The forwards from each side bind together and then the two packs come together to allow the scrumhalf with the feed to deliver the ball to the scrum. A scrum can also be awarded or chosen in different circumstances by the referee. Itâ€™s a scary thing to see and worse to be involved in, and dark and mysterious things go on in a scrum that people of a faint disposition should never be exposed to
term from rugby. A news scrum is when a bunch of reporters and crews surround a newsmaker for an impromptu or scheduled question-and-answer session. Noun: â€œ Thereâ€™s no newser, but the PM and some of the premiers will do scrums outside the meeting room just in time for the Eastern time zone deadline...so Halifax, you're up the creekâ€ :) Verb: â€œ She wouldnâ€™t do individual interviews, but a bunch of us scrummed her on the way out.
Scrum is an agile method for project management. The approach was first described by Takeuchi and Nonaka in "The New New Product Development Game" (Harvard Business Review, Jan-Feb 1986). They noted that projects using small, cross-functional teams historically produce the best results, and likened these high-performing teams to the scrum formation in Rugby.
In the sports of rugby union and rugby league, a scrummage or scrum is a way of restarting the game, either after an accidental infringement or when the ball has gone out of play (in rugby league only). Scrums occur more often, and are of greater importance, in union than in league.
Scrum is a lightweight agile method for software development. Scrum is named after the scrum in rugby, which is a way to restart the game after an accidental infringement. This entry describes the software development part of Scrum.