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inch-perfect

Extremely accurate; very well placed or perfectly judged. (Used especially of maneuvers, moves, or shots in sport.) Primarily heard in UK. With only a few seconds left, the striker managed an inch-perfect goal from midfield.
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Winger Molly Ellis also got on the scoresheet after some intelligent play and an inch perfect pass from Zoe Laughton.
Fly-half Josh Davies put in an inch perfect cross kick which was met by winger Brett Chatwin who raced over unopposed for the first score after six minutes.
But Wales international King clawed Leicester back into the game with a clever header from Richie Wellens" inch perfect cross.
Rosegale took the lead just before half-time when Billy Gatenby put over an inch perfect pass to Danny Earl who dummied the keeper before putting the ball into the right corner of the goal.
Stuart Jones put the home side in front in the 21st minute, heading home an inch perfect cross from Chris Holloway.
A three pointer from Richard Midgley levelled the match at 48-48 and then David Aliu's inch perfect shot from outside the arc made it 53-50 to the Tigers.
GOALS are hard to come by - manoeuvring players to shoot has to be spot on and through balls have to be inch perfect to find their man.
An inch perfect ball into the box by Robinson set Gatting up for only his second League goal.
Warne headed home on the quarter-hour mark after Chris Taylor's inch perfect cross from the left.
He was eventually beaten after 70 minutes when man of the match Jamie McClen picked out Scott Bell who delivered an inch perfect centre for Robbie Dale to turn in at the far post.
In the final end a GB win looked unlikely but the Scots skip followed a complete miss by Switzerland with an inch perfect draw, which she then guarded with her last stone.
After going nearly eight years without a winner under Rules, Maxine Stirk finally brought her marathon barren spell to an end when Atticus Finch turned-over the odds-on Inch Perfect in the opening two-mile handicap chase.
Inch Perfect is the selection in the Howden Joinery Maiden Chase at Catterick.
The wily Fahey sends the seven-year-old over fences this time and this tight course could just ensure the fast pace that would surely suit Inch Perfect over two miles.
RICHARD FAHEY has won his appeal against the decision of the stewards at Southwell not to disqualify Mr Gisby in favour of his Inch Perfect after a race at the Nottinghamshire track earlier this month.