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handpass

(ˈhændˌpɑːs)
n
(in Australian Rules and Gaelic football) an instance of passing the ball by striking it with one hand while it is held in the other
vb
to make such a pass
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Dummy handpass one way, dummy handpass another way and then you flick the ball off your hurley into the net.
The next point was a beauty as Pat Kerwick flicked the ball over his head and between the posts after a sublime handpass from John O'Brien.
The goal that Tipp had threatened to score finally came on 33 minutes when O'Brien fielded superbly before releasing a beautiful handpass into the path of the inrushing Pat Kerwick who duly smashed the sliothar to the net.
Dummy handpass one way, dummy handpass another way, and then you flick the ball off your hurley into the net.
However, a stray handpass from Tipp defender Colm O'Shaughnessy on halfway allowed Keith Higgins to intercept and drive at the defence before playing Jason Doherty in for the game's opening goal in the 27th minute.
Westmeath also racked up 15 wides but eight minutes in Derek McNicholas rifled the ball inside the near post after Liam Varley found him with a gorgeous reverse handpass.
Cork captain Stephen Cronin's handpass was perfectly measured and the game's fourth goal crashed off the crossbar.
GAELIC football is being "destroyed" by the handpass, insists Jimmy Keaveney.
Wexford were 0-8 to 0-3 clear at half-time before Conor McDonald's glorious handpass put Conor Devitt in for Wexford's goal.