centre pass


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centre pass

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(Hockey (Field & Ice)) hockey a push or hit made in any direction to start the game or to restart the game after a goal has been scored
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Centre pass tonight is 7pm with TN's Sophie Hankin in line for a first start of the season following her impact off the bench against
Only half a dozen cities across the UK managed pass rates above the national average, with London looking like the worst place to sit your test since it has three of the lowest five centre pass rates.
Knights had first centre pass which they converted, they then proceeded to turn over and score off the Warriors first centre pass to make a confident start and stretch out to a early lead.
With Headlanders taking the first centre pass, Kathleen Chapman made a great interception putting play instantly back in Tallents favour with a successful long range goal by Leanne Slade.
Huddersfield's new Leisure Centre will host the game on Saturday, December 12, with the centre pass at 12.
An interesting fact about netball - and one which I've probably built up too much with my use of the word 'interesting' - is that its equivalent of football's kick-off or ice hockey's, er, puck-off is known as a centre pass.
Some 38 per cent of drivers taking their test from the Bayton Road test centre pass.
Dilmun 'A' managed to turn over the centre pass and maintained a five-goal lead at half-time.
But the Sport Central side have been warned against complacency with a partisan Dragons crowd expected to put pressure on the visitors from the centre pass.
But the East Midlanders looked intent on revenge from the first centre pass as they cruised to a comfortable 61-41 homecourt victory.
We continued scoring off our own centre pass but got a little sloppy in the last five which allowed Leeds back into it.
The Jamaican players have never looked so good and they will be swarming all over Mavericks come centre pass.

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