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  • n. A pass made by holding the ball in one hand, and hitting it with the other hand.
  • v. To make a pass of this kind.


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  • He had shown he could take a high mark in his days with the Melbourne Storm, Queensland and Australia, but the ability to kick, handpass and bounce the smaller AFL ball were skills the 21-year-old simply didn't possess when he switched codes. | Top Stories

  • Adelaide's Ben Rutten gets a handpass away against Hawthorn in round 12

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  • His handpass to Eoin Concannon for their late goal was exquisite.

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  • Illegal handpass from Niall Corkery means the Dubs have to give up possession in a promising position.

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  • Carlton's Andrew Carrazzo gets a handpass away in front of Shannon Byrnes in round five

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  • Meanwhile the handpass in hurling is now clearly defined, and now reads as follows: "The ball must be released and struck with a definite striking action."

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  • No, the Gumbleton figures weren't flash - two kicks, one handpass, no score - but Knights is a strong believer in the school of hard knocks. | Top Stories

  • Referee Joe McQuillan ruled that Donncha Walsh had made illegal handpass when setting up Killian Young for a fine finish to the net.

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  • Travis Cloke scored his first goal in three weeks thanks to a clever Sharrod Wellingham handpass from inside a pack. | Top Stories

  • The game's decisive moment arrived in first-half injury-time when Niall McCarthy adjusted brilliantly to bat home a Canal End goal after torqueing onto O hAilpin's clever handpass. - Frontpage RSS Feed


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