Gameless

Game´less


a.1.Destitute of game.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Now comes a little less than three months of a UAAP-less existence and gameless weekends.
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Nelson (6th) v St Helens Town (18th) LIKE other clubs in the region, St Helens were left gameless last weekend when their fixture against 1874 Northwich was hit by the weather.
I sat in Washington Services on the A1 talking terms with a young Steve Harper after Kevin Keegan had left him gameless by taking Newcastle Reserves out of their league.
Hunts, if gameless, can get tedious, and Gouge's yarns have brought laughter to many a disappointing day.
This time around they have beaten Everton, and tomorrow sees them travel to Boro where Fergie's men will be looking to avenge last season's embarrassment and stretch their advantage over gameless Chelsea at the top of the table.
Sunderland's gameless weekend saw them plummet to tenth in the Nationwide League First Division, four points behind sixth-placed West Ham, with two games in hand, and 12 behind second-placed West Bromwich Albion, with three games in hand.
Blaydon travel to highflying National One side Nottingham on Saturday, and Gandy said he would do everything to ensure his men did not rue the gameless weekend.