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oil cup

[′ȯil ‚kəp]
(engineering)
A permanently mounted cup used to feed lubricant to a gear, usually with some means of regulating the flow.
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The Proteas bagged games in Calcutta and Uppal last November, there were three losses in the Indian Oil Cup in Sri Lanka and they lost 4-2 on home soil to Pakistan last April.
KON.X ANGLESEY LEAGUE: (both scheduled for 3G pitch at Bangor City) LUCAS OIL CUP ROUND ONE .2PM.: Arriva v Bryngwran Bulls.
Recommendation Gloucestershire 3pts 4-5 (Hills) Indian Oil Cup final (Dambulla, 9.30am to-day): 4-6 Sri Lanka v 11-10 India.
Ryan Hall scooped four for Valley in a 5-0 breeze at Caergybi in the Anglesey League's Lucas Oil Cup.
SRILANKA can complete a hat-trick of home wins over India in the Indian Oil Cup final in Dambulla tomorrow, writes PhilAgius.The hosts were upset by West Indies in their final group game (India beat the Windies yeseterday to make the final), but they had already qualified easily then and India's batsmen have largely failed to fire.
TEAM OF THE YEAR Holyhead Town: In their first season back on the North Wales football scene, Holyhead Town made quite an impact, landing the treble of Anglesey League title, Megan Cup and Lucas Oil Cup, as well as finishing runners-up in the Elias Cup and Bwlch Car Boot Trophy.
Today's Indian Oil Cup match (Colombo, 9.30am) - Sporting: 35-45 India/West Indies, 55-62 50-ups, 25-32 Ind/WI 50-up supremacy, 4-7 ton-ups, 15-16.5 wides, 58-65 multi-wides.
Five teams chalked up double figures: Bellevue 1 Halkyn Utd 22 (NE Wales League); Greenfield 12 Pwllheli 1 (Welsh Alliance Div One); Abergele 14 Hope Wanderers 0 (VoC President's Cup); Llandegfan 1 Valley 11 (Anglesey Lucas Oil Cup); Caergybi 10 Pentraeth Res 2 (Anglesey Bwlch Car Boot Trophy) Across the 68 games, there was not a single 0-0 draw, and just one 1-0 win was achieved - Flint Town United away to Buckley Town in the Welsh Cup.
Sri Lanka will rest several key men for the Indian Oil Cup limited overs day-night game against the West Indies today.
Mike Williams hit five goals for Valley in an 11-1 tanning of Llandegfan in the Anglesey League's Lucas Oil Cup qualifying round.