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  • n. The throwing of the ball down onto the ground by the umpire, after which the ruckmen from opposing teams battle for control of the ball.


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bounce down


  • Bright sunshine replaced the rain shortly before bouncedown but the skills on display were more akin to wet-weather footy as both sides struggled for any fluency early.

    The Age News Headlines

  • The mercury was still hovering above 37C at bouncedown but the heat failed to deter either side with the game played at a frenetic pace during the opening term in front of 16,231 fans.

    The Roar - Your Sports Opinion

  • But this, combined with Port's gutsy 10-point win against St Kilda last round, still hasn't convinced the playing group at Alberton to accept the ` favourite 'tag before Saturday's 2. 40pm bouncedown. | Top Stories

  • A wild but friendly WWF-style brawl between the Fremantle and West Coast mascots took place before bouncedown but that was the only fight the Eagles put up all day.

    The Age News Headlines


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