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go nap

To have five 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.
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Tony Ellard, the HRI Wellesbourne secretary for six seasons, bagged his first-ever goal in an 8-3 charge against local rivals Tiddington in Division Five, Imrich Matej going nap. Sam Fletcher did all the damage as AFC Warwick trimmed Hampton Magna 2-0.
Prudhoe YC moved up to third after going nap at home to FC Cullercoats while Morpeth Town secured their first win of the campaign as they overcame the Willington Quay Saints challenge 3-2.
At under-12 level, FC Amble took advantage of Stocksfield's cup commitments to go top of the table by a point after going nap at home to Haydon Bridge, who found the net once themselves.
Tower Rovers under 14s were no match for visiting Chetwynd in a 10-0 reversal, Adrian Iliffe going nap with Matty Lamb and Michael Husselbury sharing four of the other goals between them.
FC Amble are in second place in the table after a comfortable verdict at home to Haydon Bridge while Alnmouth opened up their league campaign by going nap at Percy Main Tyne.
Seaton Burn were the other winners at this age group and moved up to fifth after going nap at home to Walkergate Rangers.