misfield

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misfield

(ˌmɪsˈfiːld) sport
vb (tr)
to fail to field properly or adequately
n
a failure to field properly or adequately
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Again Rangers misfielded the restart kick and from the scrum Brow's Greg Howland worked a textbook run around move for himself to race through and touch down.
Despite the Warriors' sloppiness in the field - they dropped catches and misfielded on a couple of occasions - they still managed to keep the Sindhis to below 100 with Thisara Perera (11) and Mohammad Nawaz (11 not out) being the other batsmen to get into double figures.
Allen was left distraught though when he misfielded off his own bowling when Pandey hit one towards mid on.
His four overs disappeared for 59 runs, he dropped a simple catch off Roy and misfielded too many times under the unforgiving noses of the Birmingham crowd to get away with it.
Both batsmen made season's best Championship scores and the partnership was only broken when Croft misfielded but recovered quickly to run out Pardoe for 55.
At 4.36pm, Rikki Clarke on-drove Ben Stokes, Ian Blackwell misfielded and the total climbed to 200.
The penultimate delivery was misfielded by Dale Benkenstein at short cover to bring Bresnan a run and Deon Kruis scampered a single with the 4,200 crowd on the edge of their seats.
But instead of walking to the stumps to run either man out, Swann hurled the ball at Broad, who misfielded, resulting in overthrows.
Whitehead in support to run in from the 22 before Harris misfielded a Dorrian chip and Ollie Winter pounced to race between the posts, Russell converting.
A high kick from Coventry fly-half Myles Dorrian was misfielded by Bruce Reihana, with the ball falling to Ronnie McLean-Dents who raced over to score a try which he himself converted.
With 34 minutes on the clock along clearance out of touch by the Blues New Zealand recruit, Murray Roeske, was misfielded. The Blues, following up,caught the Preston full back Oliver Viney in possession, and when the ball was not released, a penalty was converted by Anthony Birley and it was 16-3.
The unlucky Australian international, who managed just six first class games during an injury-interrupted 2002 season, misfielded a Mark Chilton edge in the 14th over following a deflection off Phil Mustard's gloves.