Definitions

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  • noun Australian rules football One of the squares, measuring 9 by 6.4 metres, marked at either end of the ground in front of the goalpost, and from which the ball is kicked after a behind.

Etymologies

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goal +‎ square

Examples

  • A minute later it was Tom Hawkins' turn to enter the highlight reel, holding off opponent Josh Gibson to gather a bouncing ball in his left hand in the goalsquare, spin around and snap truly.

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  • The Cats finished off the term with two goals, one coming from a Tom Hawkins screamer in the goalsquare, while David Wojcinski also took a brilliant mark over Alex Fasolo in defence.

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  • Bryce Gibbs was almost certain to miss with a shoulder injury he suffered in a goalsquare tumble during Sunday's thrashing of Essendon.

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  • Everyone else did, including the field umpire who then escorted Cloke to the goalsquare when he kicked the goal which finally broke the Bulldogs back.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • Everyone else did, including the field umpire who then escorted Cloke to the goalsquare when he kicked the goal which finally broke the Bulldogs back.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • The AFL match review panel today offered Cornes a one-match ban - outside the tribunal - for his clumsy bump to Fremantle tagger Ryan Crowley's head in the goalsquare at Subiaco Oval in the third term on Saturday.

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  • Everyone else did, including the field umpire who then escorted Cloke to the goalsquare when he kicked the goal which finally broke the Bulldogs back.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • Everyone else did, including the field umpire who then escorted Cloke to the goalsquare when he kicked the goal which finally broke the Bulldogs back.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • Everyone else did, including the field umpire who then escorted Cloke to the goalsquare when he kicked the goal which finally broke the Bulldogs back.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • Everyone else did, including the field umpire who then escorted Cloke to the goalsquare when he kicked the goal which finally broke the Bulldogs back.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

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