- a fielding position on the off side near the boundary almost directly behind the bowler
- a fielder in this position
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Sooner or later you will lose your wicket, for the ball is sure at some time to be caught by long-on or long-off.
The next, being of good length, she played quietly to long-off for one.The Luckiest Girl in the School