bounce game

bounce game

n
(General Sporting Terms) (esp in soccer) a non-competitive game played as part of training
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JUSTIN THOMAS went for a bounce game and a beer at North Berwick to help him hit the ground running before the Scottish Open.
Against Liverpool in a bounce game last Monday, McPake - along with kids Dapo Mebude and Glenn Middleton - played a key role in reversing a 4-0 half-time deficit and earning a 4-4 draw.
Hearts Queen of the Despite no Championship game, Queen of the South were active at the weekend with a bounce game against Hearts.
The Coatbridge side had a blank weekend last Saturday as the Scottish Cup took precedence, but used the time between matches for a bounce game and for the new manager and assistant Joe McLaughlin to work with their squad.
'This was a big bounce game for us because my starting five played heavy minutes in our last game and we just had one day of rest,' said Alas in Filipino.
Do they play in a reserve game or a bounce game behind doors?
Bulgarian Todorov is available on a free after cutting short his time with Italian Serie C side Rieti and turned out for the Tangerines in a bounce game last week.
Cotterill turned out for the Saints in a bounce game with Falkirk yesterday afternoon alongside a number of first-team players.
The guys played a bounce game amongst themselves and the stats that came back from it were great, probably better than an actual match.
Larsson made his shock return in a full scale bounce game at Barrowfield yesterday morning after being sidelined since last October with a broken leg.
The squad now face a free week before hosting East Stirlingshire at Raydale on January 26, with a bounce game against Mid Annandale being organised for Wednesday evening.