ton-up

ton-up

adj (prenominal)
1. (Automotive Engineering) (esp of a motorcycle) capable of speeds of a hundred miles per hour or more
2. liking to travel at such speeds: a ton-up boy.
n
a person who habitually rides at such speeds
Translations

ton-up

adj (inf) ton-up kidsMotorradrocker pl (inf)
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John Dryden was second, taking 137lb ahead of Alan McGuire with 113lb 6oz, while Dave Pearson can count himself most unlucky to achieve a "ton-up" in a match yet not even make the top three frame with his 105lb 9oz return.
King has failed to notch a century at the venue on many previous visits, but he registered ton-up tallies of 66 in 2001, 49 in 2008, 14 in 2009 and 38 in 2011.
Neither team's batting has convinced at this World Cup and Sporting quote match ton-ups at 18-22.
Sporting Index have set the match ton-ups line at 22-25 and that could be worth a buy.
Yorkshire's bowling attack has to be respected, despite the absence of England's Adil Rashid, Liam Plunkett and David Willey, but a buy of Hampshire ton-ups at 12 with Sporting Index appeals.
Sporting Index quote match ton-ups at 18-22 and there are confident batsmen in both camps with Callum Ferguson, who has scored 192 and 159 not out in his two innings at the ground, bidding to lead Worcestershire's charge to Lord's.
But Wilson could have plenty on his plate against Jones, who topped the individual player tournament ton-ups list in just three matches played at the Crucible in 2012.
CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA'S bowlers have dominated Tests at Centurion, venue for tomorrow's game against Australia, so the Aussies' ton-ups could be worth a small sell at 32 with Sporting Index, writes James Milton.
"Punters wanted to get with series ton-ups at 490 but they made up at only 199 with England contributing just 20 to that total, which was a massive result for us because they are hugely popular markets.
AUSTRALIA captain Michael Clarke dominated the first day of the third Test at Old Trafford and buyers of Clarke's match runs and ton-ups will be hoping that he can continue to torment England today, writes James Milton.
Bell was overjoyed to score the first century of the series but his dismissal for 109 was a blow for any punters who had bought his ton-ups at 28 with Sporting at the start of play.
Sporting Index (quotes and totals shown prior to last night's concluding secondround play) - player tournament tonups: 200-205 Ding Junhui (88 so far), 160-165 J Trump (94), 110-115 R O'Sullivan (32), 94-98 S Murphy (58), 71-75 R Walden (40), 45-48 S Bingham (17), 30-33 M White (3), 25-28 B Hawkins (0), 15-18 A Carter (6), 15-17 R Milkins (10); tournament specials: 55.5-56.5 total centuries (32), 810-830 total ton-ups (411), 192-198 champion's ton-ups, 77-82 ton-ups in final, 144-144.3 highest break (143).