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  • v. Present participle of handpass.


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  • Handpassing has taken over from kicking the ball to an alarming extent, but no GAA people seem to care about that, so handpassing will come to dominate and ruin Gaelic football.

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  • It is treacherous for handpassing and soloing as the ball can literally go anywhere.

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  • Port ended up kicking the final five majors but it was all too late, their undoing brought about by terrible kicking and handpassing for the majority of the contest.

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  • He scored 0-8, all from frees, but got little support in an attack which found the Mulcahys and Co in defiant mode. defended well for Ballygunner, but with Newtownshandrum using their trademark handpassing game to good effect there were times when the - Frontpage RSS Feed


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