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walkover

Horse racing
a. the running or walking over the course by the only contestant entered in a race at the time of starting
b. a race won in this way
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Mainland, without a win all season, went down 57-22 to Lex and there were walk-overs for Borough Ladies and Colwyn Sports after Colwyn Comets and Scruples were unable to raise teams.
There were walk-overs for Leicester against Worcester and Northampton against Walsall.
What the game with the Royal XV has told us is there aren't going to be any walk-overs in South Africa and we have to be on our mettle when we go into battle.
There are walk-overs for Joe Costello (Chelmsley Wood), Ashley Shingler (Priory Park), Raza Hanza (Aston), David Tulley (Hall Green) and James Melvin (Hall Green).
Appoint a water monitor within your organisation to undertake periodic site walk-overs to identify water minimisation opportunities.
Some matches provide quality table tennis, others are Titanic battles, some are relative walk-overs, while others provide great drama.
East Cleveland ABC duo Ben Wardle and Ross Beedle were another pairing to benefit from walk-overs at Hartlepool.
Our next two home games are no walk-overs, but if we can avoid injuries and keep this momentum going you never know
Class B Walk-Overs - 48kg: Jamie Kelly (Vauxhalls), 51kg: Dean Murphy (Tuebrook).
Coach Duncan Fletcher has now lost 76 and won 62 of his 146 one-day internationals in charge, and his record would look even worse without repeated walk-overs against Zimbabwe and Bangladesh.
Pentyrch, Brecon and Gilfach Goch progressed to the next round with walk-overs.
But Sweeney concedes that on their home patch at the Meadowbank Stadium, Edinburgh are no walk-overs.