on the bounce

on the bounce

In continuous, consecutive, unbroken succession. (Used primarily in reference to sporting outcomes.) Primarily heard in UK. After six losses on the bounce, the new manager of the football team is already being replaced. They had 10 straight wins on the bounce heading into this tournament, but they were outclassed and eliminated in the very first round.
See also: bounce, on

on the bounce

1 as something rebounds. 2 in quick succession. informal
2 2001 Greyhound Star He has now won twelve races on the bounce, including three big competitions.
See also: bounce, on