go nap

go nap

To have fives victories or scores. (The phrase refers to "nap," a card game in which players take tricks after being dealt five cards.) The other team's improved defense in the last part of the game is the only reason Smith didn't go nap.
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go nap

1 win all the matches or games in a series. 2 risk everything in one attempt.
See also: nap
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After the break the floodgates opened with James Alsopp netting just two minutes after the restart and Dan Hill notching number three before two goals in the dying stages saw Town go nap.
Will provide qualified staff to assist the Licensed Child Care Programs in completing two physical activity assessments included in the Nutrition and Physical Activity Self-Assessment for Child Care ( Go NAP SACC) program.
FIRST Division action saw Cardinal Newman go nap without reply beating Old Xaverians 5-0.
Further goals by Dominic Morley, Carl Lightfoot and a stunning overhead kick by Ged Courtney allowed the home side to go nap before Joe Washington pulled one back for Paul David and Ray Dennis's side in the 78th minute.
Mike Newell and Colin Hendry score for Rovers, but Hendry also scores an own goal as Coventry go nap with further strikes from Mick Quinn (2), Lee Hurst and John Williams.
Division Three action saw Jay Brierley go nap with five goals in Woodstreet 8-0 demolition of Merseyside Accountant Services.
The only game played in the Under 14 section saw Wark go nap at home to Walkergate Rangers.
The Bare XI and St Sebastians produced a 14 goal thriller which saw S Jones go nap for St Sebastians in a 9-5 win.
Two goals apiece for Stu Marshall and Mark Weddell plus a Gary McDonnell goal saw Division One leaders Red Row go nap at Shilbottle, with Andrew Metcalfe grabbing a consolation goal for the home side.