Touchline sentence example

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  • The winger coasted in at the corner and Gordon Ross ' touchline conversion completed the perfect start.

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  • Language Some games specifically disallow players to use any verbal communication between actors - touchline coaching is specifically ruled out in many games.

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  • Two large, rather smart brick dugouts stand on the near touchline on either side of the half-way line.

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  • No doubt you saw the fracas I had on the touchline in the second half last night.

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  • Kevin Russell and Heath combined to embarrass the Preston keeper and lead to some rather childish tantrums from Beck on the touchline.

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  • With less than an hour gone Rory went into a challenge near the left touchline just inside the United half.

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  • The winger must try to reach the touchline without being tackled.

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  • Most Referees like to keep their Assistant Referees patrolling the same touchline in both halves of the game.

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  • Red attacker No. 7 is attacking down the left wing touchline and shoots the ball toward the defending teams ' goal.

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  • Stan had words with Knight that subsequently brought about a two match touchline ban.

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  • All the facilities are along the near touchline, with a few steps leading up to the pitch.

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  • A free hit on the right of the South circle saw him dawdling near the left touchline, 30 yards from goal.

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  • The opposite touchline has the main stand running along three quarters of the area, with the remaining area open standing.

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  • A seemingly wayward cross from the left drifted toward the far touchline.

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  • His kick down the right touchline was chased by Evans.

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  • The other touchline has cover in the central area (either side of halfway line) with open standing on the remainder.

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  • Jeremy Staunton 's touchline conversion pulled the gap back to just five points.

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  • However, Brough's touchline conversion attempt went across the face of the goal.

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  • A free-for-all on the touchline in the 11th minute led to Alan Tate and Tony Craig receiving yellow cards from referee Bill Jocelyn.

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