shinguard


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shinguard

(ˈʃɪnˌɡɑːd)
n
(General Sporting Terms) a stiff pad worn to protect the shins during sporting events
Translations

shinguard

[ˈʃɪngɑːd] Nespinillera f
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But before play even restarted, he managed to pick up his first booking, for dithering over a shinguard.
But before play even restarted, he managed to pick up a yellow for taking too long to fix a shinguard.
The ball bounces off the dirt, hits the shinguard of Reds catcher Devin Mesoraco and rolls a few feet up the line.
Lightweight rubber laminated to 5mm neoprene, a knurled shinguard, and Bob-Tracker sole finish off the exterior.
Prokas committed the horror tackle - missed by referee Stephen Lodge but captured by TV cameras - which split Vieira's shinguard during the FA Cup third round tie with Carlisle at Brunton Park, which Arsenal won 1-0.
a North American market leader in soccer products, is developing a revolutionary new soccer shinguard using 3TEX's patented PROTEXAL(TM) technology.
LUIS, there really was no need for the prolonged grimace or the theatrical exposure of the shinguard.
Connolly came out quickly at Muzzin and the shot hit his shinguard.
He appeared to re-injure his his left wrist when he banged it into the left shinguard of A's catcher Kurt Suzuki while scoring in the first inning.
Now the 24-year-old has accepted responsibility for his mistimed challenge, which broke Vieira's shinguard and left Gunners boss Arsene Wenger incensed.
With soccer participation on the rise, and an estimated 18 million players ready to take the field again this year, health reporters should know about a light weight, breathable material that is being used to custom form a shinguard to a player.
It bounces off my shinguard, hen I run, my cleats grab the ground.