Definition of 'scorer'
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Who will be my goal scorers and goal makers? Times, Sunday Times (2014)You wouldn't blame him for either goal as both scorers were given too much space. The Sun (2013)That gave him the honour of being the competition 's leading scorer heading into the game with six. The Sun (2010)For many years I was the official scorer in our pub darts team. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He is the top scorer in the competition with eight goals and he is third equal in assists, of which he has made four. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Simply predict the result and first scorer of each game and you could also be in with a chance of scooping our 2,000 first prize. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He's top goal scorer and he's confident in front of goal with both feet. The Sun (2010)In times gone by, a cricket scorer would have a knife and a piece of wood on which to carve notches to record the score. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The official scorers counted 78 unforced errors, though many were when he had to contrive to remain in rallies from impossible positions. Times, Sunday Times (2006)ARSENAL are on red alert after French football 's top scorer said he wants to join them. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'scorer'
British English: scorer NOUN
In football, cricket, and many other sports and games, a scorer is a player who scores a goal, runs, or points.
He's the scorer of 11 goals this season.
Definition of scorer from the Collins English Dictionary
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