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  • n. Plural form of handpass.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of handpass.


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  • The Swans 'free-running backline has been one of their strengths in 2010 and it was in full flight against Richmond in round three, with look-away handpasses and soccer skills part of the players' repertoire.

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  • "We had poor hands, poor handpasses and poor kicks and they were all there and I'm not saying we would have won the game, but when there's a minute-and-a-half to go and you make those errors that don't allow you to have a shot on goal, we'll never know the result." - Latest News Headlines

  • But as Wakelin pointed out, his value at the Lexus Centre isn't measured in kicks or handpasses.

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  • Jarrad McVeigh roved the spillage from Goodes 'long, high kick, exchanged handpasses with Jarred Moore and curled a perfect right-foot snap, to the delight of his teammates and the

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