overcarry

overcarry

(ˌəʊvəˈkærɪ)
vb (tr) , -ries, -rying or -ried
archaic formal to continue (an activity, idea, etc) too far, unnecessarily, or for too long
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Offaly goalkeeper James Dempsey pulled off a superb save from Jim Berry's kicked effort, and repeated the acrobatics to deny Rory Jacob a minute later though Berry was on hand to score one-handed from the rebound, despite appearing to overcarry the ball.
Glennon was the central character in Westmeath's controversial second goal before half-time when he slipped the ball past Longford goalkeeper Damien Sheridan having appeared to overcarry the ball.
He spilled the ball and Glennon and Keith Scally pounced, forcing Corley to overcarry once he had retrieved the ball.