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A series of five winning points, victories, etc. in a game or sport.
- ‘After hitting five last week, there was another nap hand as they travelled up to Carleton Rovers and disposed of them 5-1.’
- ‘Their manager was delighted with the three point harvest and the nap hand of goals, but agreed after the match: ‘We did carry a bit of luck.’’
- ‘A nap hand of contenders but a goal aside, worked tirelessly leading the line.’
- ‘Against AAM, he netted a nap hand of goals to forge an 8-4 victory.’
- ‘His cross from the right flank picked out Shuttleworth on the edge of the six-yard box and he stabbed the ball home to give Guiseley a nap hand.’
- ‘As well as the 100 and 200m, Jones is running in both sprint relays and hopes to make it a nap hand in the long jump.’
- ‘He spurned two good chances from inside the 18-yard box wide before a late flurry could have seen City rack up a nap hand of goals following wave after wave of red forays.’
- ‘Opportunity knocks on Saturday for York Cricket Club to complete a nap hand of success for its four teams if its senior XI can win the Yorkshire ECB Premier League Championship.’
- ‘A nap hand of City players were involved in the one-touch build-up before the substitute striker collected the ball on the edge of the area.’
- ‘Five successive wins have lifted the Bees up to fourth in the table, and they achieved their nap hand with an 11-try thrashing of Dudley Kingswinford.’
- ‘Thackley booked their place in today's draw for the first round of the FA Vase in the most emphatic style with a nap hand over Prudhoe Town in the north east.’
- ‘With resources boosted, City are confident they can make it a nap hand of Yorkshire victims and add Huddersfield's scalp to those of Doncaster, Hull, Barnsley and Sheffield Wednesday.’
- ‘Meanwhile, Cleckheaton's bid for a nap hand of victories in the same division will be severely tested at New Brighton.’
- ‘Last Sunday's effort completed a nap hand of Great North Runs by Richardson, who has now completed seven half-marathons.’
- ‘He completed a nap hand of gold medals with his performance in the butterfly event, and admits: ‘I haven't stopped grinning.’’
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