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goalpost

either of two upright posts supporting the crossbar of a goal
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Despite changing goalposts by amending the law, there were certain areas where the government could not show improvement.
Tickets for Jumpers for Goalposts cost PS8 for adults and PS5 for concessions plus booking fee.
The club, which plays its games at the playing fields in Bryn Du, now have until October 15, when they play host to Blaenau Ffestiniog, to ensure the new goalposts are in place.
Instead of player and supporter safety they have placed all their emphasis and importance on the monetary value of a set of goalposts, pieces of turf and advertising boards.
MAYHEM: Hibs fans destroy goalposts as the final turns ugly
The football goalposts at four high schools are rusted beyond repair and are currently leaning.
He told Popsugar Australia: "We're always joking that we move the goalposts of what we're aiming for all the time.
The Football Foundation has provided PS650k for the purchase of 9v9 goalposts by schools.
It is believed the incident was the result of a bid to claim the record for having climbed the highest goalposts in Great Britain.
This grant means we can replace goalposts at 80% of the pitches we manage.
GRASSROOTS football has been buoyed by a PS7,000 handout for more goalposts.
The metal goalposts were 20 years old, rusty and had no restraining devices to prevent them from falling over, the inquest heard.