triallist


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triallist

(ˈtraɪəlɪst; ˈtraɪlɪst) or

trialist

n
1. (General Sporting Terms) a person who takes part in a competition, esp a motorcycle trial
2. (General Sporting Terms) sport a person who takes part in a preliminary match or heat held to determine selection for an event, a team, etc
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COVENTRY City are set to make a decision on Queens Park Rangers triallist Chris Paul after the versatile player has completed his try-out in the Under-23s.
TRIALLIST goalkeeper Robbin Ruiter stood out after being handed the chance to impress in Sunderland's 3-2 friendly win at Bradford City, writes JAMES HUNTER.
The game had barely got underway when Maz Kouhyar's rasping drive was held well by Chester's triallist goalkeeper, but, unfortunately for the crowd, that was not a sign of things to come.
Bala Town continued won 3-1 away to South Liverpool courtesy of goals from Stuart Jones, a unnamed triallist and David Thompson.
Triallist One was the only player left on the pitch when Blackpool boss Gary Bowyer made TEN substitutions 20 minutes from time, and Rovers - having made just one switch - almost took advantage.
SOLDIERS are overdosing on protein supplements to get through endurance tests on the Brecon Beacons, an SAS triallist has claimed.
New England Under-15s' triallist Layla Tipton pictured in action for Eppleton |
Fellow triallist Charlie Brooks, who won three meals, said Helen was a drama queen, adding: "I find myself losing my patience.
THE euphoria of a stab at Premier League stardom must have overwhelmed West Bromwich Albion's USA triallist Bill Hamid.
Zac is by a sire of the same name bred by Welsh triallist Gwynfor Owen, of Anglesey, out of Mr Fielden's own Bella.
There was a great ball back by Ishmael Demontagnac and what a super finish from triallist Patrick Suffo.
City included one triallist, teenager Lester Peltier, from Trinidad and Tobago, but he went off at half-time suffering from a shin injury.