practice game


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a game whose outcome is not recorded in the season's standing

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Look, it is always good to have a practice game under your belt.
He added: 'It was just a practice game for us, we rested a few players.
But senior New Zealand batsmen Ross Taylor isn't too worried and feels that rather than not getting a single warm- up game -- as was the case the last two times they toured India -- a practice game, even on a green wicket, will help the team get accustomed to Indian conditions.
Pakistan captain Misbah did not use Mohammad Hafeez as bowler despite this being a practice game as Pakistan bowlers struggled against an inexperienced team.
Liam Ridgewell takes centre stage during a practice game.
The tour starts with a practice game ahead of Saturday's first ODI in Colombo, the report said.
Broad, England's form bowler over the past year, was withdrawn from the first practice game against a Sri Lankan Board XI after tripping over a boundary rope minutes before play was due to start.
A practice game was held recently, when a Brockley Hall team beat a Saltburn squad.
He also managed a further 90 minutes in a practice game against the newly reformed Town Reserves on the Butlin Road 3G astro turf last weekend.
Both Scott Severin and Mihael Kovacevic also trained well and played in a practice game.
Nedum Onuoha, Boudewijn Zenden and Danny Welbeck will also feature in a specially-arranged practice game as Bruce looks to make the most of a "free" weekend.
I also recall a Welsh international forward viciously kicking a West Ham United team-mate, who was kneeling on the ground, during a practice game.
The squad will arrive in Queensland tomorrow morning, before a practice game with the might of Emerging New Zealand on Friday.
But then because of an injury during an intersquad practice game Aug.
B made a claim over a player said to have suffered a back injury in the course of a practice game.
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