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ball game

US and Canadian a game of baseball
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All the intensity brought by a basketball game will eventually start showing off in your body, so it's best not to ruin the mood of a ball game because of unwanted things like body odor caused by sweat.
The Ball Game has always held a fearsome reputation for violence and 'score settling' as an aside to the battle for possession of the oversized ball that is thrown out of the first storey of Barclays Bank at 3pm each Shrove Tuesday.
Violence erupts at the Atherstone Ball Game in Warwickshire.
And by 5pm, the victor was named as Jonathan Slesser - a four-time winner of the Ball Game.
I have been to all sorts of sports all over the world and I have never witnessed anything like the Atherstone Ball Game," he said.
The awareness program in this connection will be very helpful to further enhance the foot ball games among the women foot ball players.
However, in time we will introduce Football and Hockey spot the ball games too.
And as for Racela's 'perfectly officiated ball game,' his KaTropa were called for 35 fouls, 11 more than Ginebra received.
The ball game started at 1pm, when a four-inch diameter leather ball is passed through a metal ring on the village green.
"In Aldo's case, he hurt his rib and then he still had to train and make weight to fight for a title - that's a different ball game.
RH ASHTON of Caerphilly (Feedback, March 26) should perhaps redirect his criticisms of rugby referees towards the behaviour of the pampered prima donnas (aka players) of the round ball game. Game after game they can be seen besieging the referee with verbal and almost physical assaults.
THE creator of the awardwinning Last Tango In Halifax has promised viewers "a whole new emotional ball game" after the BBC commissioned a third series.