Great go

the final and the preliminary examinations for a degree.
the final examination for a degree at the University of Oxford, England; - called also greats.

See also: Go, Great

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Buoyant Blues manager Young said: "It was great go 19 points clear and hand it over to Guiseley and say, 'follow that'.
Yet, with the astute tactics of young coach James Street and a more than willing pack, Joe's were quickly on the score board with Craig Lee finishing off a set play after great go forward from Sam Coyne and Michael Cameron.
#WWFC @JohnBarratt91 Frustrating night, palace arent anything special and the 1st was offside...not to mention pszeko being taken out # w w fc @bakes1970 Can't win them all...decent performance, Doyle's effort off bar to make it 2-0 probably would have sealed game & beaten by a great go #wwfc @ScottHump90 frustrating result as we had that game won, until we forgot how to defend, can't win 'em all.
A great go at minor wannabee celebrity status which he does with anthemic pop aplomb.
"He is a good athlete, quick and strong with good feet and he will give us some great go forward.
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Back row ace and former Scotland Under-21 skipper Callam said: 'Having been part-time for two years, it was great go full time.