If they were advancing the ball over the gain-line or winning turn overs, more often than not it was the on-loan Saint who was responsible.
What does TO stand for?
TO stands for Turn Over
This definition appears very frequently
See other definitions of TO
We have 78 other meanings of TO in our Acronym Attic
- Transfer Order
- Transistor Outline Metal-Can Package
- Transmission Owner (power industry)
- Transportation Officer
- Transverse Optical
- Travel Order
- Travel Orders
- Treat Official
- Truncated Octahedron
Samples in periodicals archive:
Llandovery were out of the blocks smartly with a first minute penalty from fly-half James Garland but rain made life difficult with turn overs and spilled balls frequent.
However, Italy are masters at slowing play down, forcing teams to build through the phases and then stealing possession at the right moment, so it was fairly ironic that when Alun Wyn Jones forced a turn over, Wales took the opportunity to run from deep, Rhys Priestland, who again did not enjoy the best of days in a Wales shirt, holding up the covering defence before passing to Roberts to dart clear from inside his own half and race under the posts.
There were a catalogue of mistakes, missed shots and turn overs but mostly it was energy and cohesion added to the tiredness was the key.
In the end Norton won the game but it could have been a different story if Lions didn't force so many turn overs and missed free throws (19
Corporation tax could be excused for all companies with turn overs of pounds 5 million or less.
But our own mistakes punished us, stuff like turn overs and easy penalties.
Again the breakdown was of major concern for Wales, Fiji committing more numbers, but also hitting the ruck with more ferocity and causing numerous turn overs throughout.