A cry of encouragement or approval, especially in Australian Rules.
- ‘the footy will be on soon and the familiar cries of ‘up there Cazaly’ will ring out’
- ‘AFL fans loved seeing a specky so much that they would shout, "Up There Cazaly" at his games.’
- ‘When charging from their trenches, Diggers would yell, “Up their Cazaly!”’
- ‘As kids we always yelled, 'Up There Cazaly' when going for a speccy.’
- ‘You could hear it yelled, right in the middle of the battle thunder, 'Up there, Cazaly!’
- ‘We all joked and shouted 'Up there Cazaly!' at him.’
1930s from Roy Cazaly(1893–1963), an Australian Rules footballer whose high leaping made him a crowd favourite.
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