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- n. Plural form of handpass.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of handpass.
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Bury You DO realize that virtually all handpasses are not people crawling around on the ice, right?
The hard-running Crawford was on the end of a chain of handpasses and goaled to put the
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.
An estimated 15-18 kicks and handpasses were smothered by the opposition.
"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."
But as Wakelin pointed out, his value at the Lexus Centre isn't measured in kicks or handpasses.
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