overspin


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overspin

(ˌəʊvəˈspɪn)
n
(General Sporting Terms) a forward spinning motion
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On a tired Dubai pitch, he unfurled all his tricks with the ball - the legbreak, googly, overspin, flipper and even the seam-up variety - to come away with 2 for 18 in his four overs.
On a tired Dubai pitch, he unfurled all his tricks with the ball the legbreak, googly, overspin, flipper and even the seam-up variety to come away with 2 for 18 in his four overs.
I'm not sure why Little Lord Al and the BBC felt the overwhelming need to overspin things to such an extent.
Conditions will suit his style of bowling with the overspin he puts on the ball helping to generate bounce.
The transmission has two forward speeds plus reverse to meet demand payout for flexibility and power and elimination of overspin of cable storage reels and time-consuming cable tangles that can result.
There was little pace in the early stages of the race as Overspin took the nine runners along at a dawdle but the 6-4 shot was always handily placed to take advantage and, jumping past the leader two out, Paul Moloney had only to keep his mount up to his work for a three-and-a-quarter length victory from the 11-10 shot Emerald Wilderness.
I wasn't releasing it, wasn't getting the overspin like I normally do.