king pair

Australian Slang
(cricket) falling first ball in both innings

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  • king pair — noun (cricket) An instance of getting out to one s first ball in both innings of a match • • • Main Entry: ↑king king pair see under ↑king • • • Main Entry: ↑pair …   Useful english dictionary

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  • king pair — noun The score of zero runs, having been out on the first ball faced in each innings of a two innings match; a golden duck in each innings …   Wiktionary

  • King pair — (cricket) falling first ball in both innings …   Dictionary of Australian slang

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