sin bin


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sin bin

n. Informal
In sports such as hockey and lacrosse, the penalty box or penalty area.

sin bin

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sin-bin

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1. (Team Sports, other than specified) slang (in ice hockey, rugby, etc) an area off the field of play where a player who has committed a foul can be sent to sit for a specified period
2. (Education) informal Brit a special unit on a separate site from a school that disruptive schoolchildren attend until they can be reintegrated into their normal classes
Translations

sin bin

n (Ice Hockey inf) → Strafbank f; in the sin binauf der Strafbank
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Instead of testing themselves on the field and making it a little bit harder for themselves, they're going to put some cautions under the catch-all of 'C1 unsporting behaviour',' which wouldn't result in a sin bin.
Players who show dissent to an official in adult football will be shown a yellow card and sent to the sin bin for 10 minutes.
And they are hoping to help generate cash for this year's chosen charity, Beacon Centre For The Blind, with presentations about the laws of the game including the controversial new sin bin rule.
"On completing his/her sin bin period, the goalkeeper must re-enter the field of play as an outfield player, until which time there is a stoppage in play enabling him to change position."
Five rule proposals were published last month and suggested reintroducing the sin bin, introducing an attacking mark, forcing sideline kicks to go forward and kickouts to travel beyond the 45 and limiting the handpass to three consecutively.
Paulo was sent to the sin bin shortly after the resumption for a late hit on Ross Kane and Ulster profited.
With the score at 13-8 Park looked more than capable of taking the game but Brown was controversially sent to the sin bin on 51 minutes and Hull took full advantage to run in tries by winger Birch (2) and centre Tanumi.
London, Jan 21 ( ANI ): FIFA presidential candidate Jerome Champagne has reportedly proposed the introduction of orange cards during a match that would allow referees to send players to a penalty box (sin bin).
Irish's scrum-half Paul Hodgson followed Turner-Hall to the sin bin moments later.
After a well-struck Tristan Roberts penalty had put the visitors on the board, they lost two more players to the sin bin in the dying moments of the half.
You can also guarantee that the sin bin technology in it will have plenty of glitches in to establish a whole new breed of legal eagles that will cost the council taxpayer a fortune.
BORDERS coach Steve Bates is looking for his players to avoid the sin bin this week, but is not confident referees will have the same agenda.