mid-season

mid-season

n
the middle of a season of the year or of a sporting season
adv
at the middle of a season
adj
of or at the middle of a season
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What, my dear boy, you at London, and this the mid-season of the winter shooting?
The Magpies fly out to Alicante for a four-day training camp in the Costa Blanca which includes an extended mid-season friendly against Royal Antwerp, with the public game set to be played over three 45 minute segments.
Further good news this week was confirmation that England will play New Zealand in a mid-season Test encounter out in Denver, USA.
It did not appear coincidental that Rafa Benitez appeared to suggest a direct correlation between Newcastle's trip to La Manga and the Magpies' sub-sequent relegation when he was explaining why there would be no warm-weather trip during this current two-week mid-season break for United.
Arriving mid-season, Mechac has been instrumental in the Goan outfit's turnaround, "I wouldn't say it's because of me.
In its mid-season report, which it does not usually release, Kick It Out said it had received more than 300 reports relating to 282 cases of discriminatory abuse by the end of 2017, a 59% leap from last season, when there were 177 incidents.
Managers such as Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho and Jurgen Klopp have repeatedly called for a winter break to be introduced in England - Germany, France, Spain and Italy all enjoy time off mid-season - while Rafa Benitez is also likely to be receptive to the idea.
PEP Guardiola could get a helping hand in the Premier League from 2019 after talks over a mid-season break.
Summary: Kerry Washington's hit show returns from its mid-season cliffhanger for its final few episodes before the series ends
Faridoun was Al Sadd's second mid-season signing, after Hamed Ismail who returned from Al Arabi in a bid to strengthen their defence.