from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An enclosed structure in which the scorers sit; often behind the scoreboard
- n. A box overlaid on the screen to display the player's score.
Needing any kind of confidence after having been schooled by the youngest team in the NBA a night earlier, the Raptors shook off their Thunder beating of 24 hours earlier and got on the right side of the scorebox, winning this one 100-90.
Charlbury CC in Oxfordshire received £5,000 which went mostly on hiring mowers, a roller and a tractor to replace the equipment damaged when the River Stour burst its banks and left the pavilion submerged in three metres of water and the scorebox floating off into the distance.
The application - which will go before Barrow council planning committee tomorrow - involves replacing the old nets in the scorebox corner with a new two-bay non-turf facility in the opposite corner of the ground.
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