end line

end line

n. Sports
A line perpendicular to the sidelines that marks an end boundary of a playing field or court.

end′ line`


n.
1. the boundary line at either end of a court or playing field.
2. a line at each end of a football field parallel to and 10 yds. (9 m) behind the goal line.
[1915–20, Amer.]
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Hull's score in the penalty box came on a cross from Ellie McCaslin on the right end line.
Three minutes later the game was up for the Students as Paddy Kirk got to the end line to cross for Corcoran, who scored with a spectacular left-foot volley.
He said: "Mikel said to Mendy, 'Don't make a high cross when you get to the end line, make a cut-back along the floor,' and after that Bernardo scored the goal."
The end line will be at 3.32 pm, 6 km after the police stations.
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Against Byrd-Jackson, she executed exceptional court awareness and showed off some power by fly-killing some returns and returning deep shots from beyond the end line. Byrd-Jackson also showed tremendous athleticism but couldn't crack Howard's ability to keep most balls in play.
Five minutes later, Messi dribbled to the end line before passing back for Neymar to slot in his second and ensure Barcelona was the only team to have won all three games this season.
It is worth mentioning that three runners killed and 120 others wounded when 2 bombs exploded at the end line of Boston Marathon.
Cosying up outside the St Pancras Grand hotel for the retailer's high end line 'Autograph', Whiteley and Reynolds are said to make a pretty picture.
"I can see the end line in sight so it takes a lot longer than in my younger days to get over bad defeats.
These are performed on a football field, from the end line (outside of the end zone) to the opposite goal line.