United Metal, who were coming off a win against HCC Oval, lost to Sunshine in the last match of the day.
What does MOTD stand for?
MOTD stands for Match Of The Day (English soccer)
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- Match of the Century (sports)
- Military Operations Training Course
- Ministry of Transportation and Communication (Taiwan)
- Monthly and One Time Charge
- Montreal Tramways
- Mothers of Twins Club (various locations)
- Military Ocean Terminal, Concord (Concord, CA)
- Mombasa Old Town Conservation Office (Mombasa, Kenya)
- Ministry of Transport Communications and Public Works (Haiti)
- Maryland Office of Tourism Development (Baltimore, MD)
- Message of the Day (originally from the UNIX)
- Mob of the Dead (gaming)
- More on the Door (UK)
- Motto of the Day (Wikipedia)
- The Mystery of the Druids (game)
- Match of the Day 2
- Multi-Objective Totally-Distributed Power Control
- Mini-Optical Time Domain Reflectometer
- Ministry of Tourism and Diasporan Relations (Ghana)
- Measure of Training Effectiveness
Samples in periodicals archive:
uk CIARAN CLARK turned from Match of the Day villain to man of the match in four days.
Byline: MARK JEFFERIES MATCH of the Day pundit Lee Dixon has announced it's "all over" for him after eight years at the BBC.
And he has come near to taking the plunge, he tells me, which would mean him abandoning the Match of the Day sofa for the rough ride in the dugout.
MIDLAND-born Match of the Day commentator Jacqui Oatley is returning to her roots to host a gala awards ceremony.
Lynam, who took over from Jimmy as presenter of Match of the Day in 1988, is one of a growing number of sports personalities backing the pounds 150,000 appeal.
FOOTBALL-mad Gordon Brown made a request to appear on the sofa on TV's Match Of The Day 2.
The second match of the day awaits Serena Williams versus Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez from Spain sometime after 1:00 p.