three hits in one day.
an informal unit of quantity equal to 3. The unit is used in sports in counting goals, especially goals scored by the same player. It originated in cricket but is more familiar to North Americans in ice hockey. No one seems to know for sure why 3 goals came to be called a hat trick. According to one popular account, cricket clubs in England sometimes awarded a hat to a bowler who took 3 wickets with successive balls--but some suspect this was an effect, rather than a cause, of the expression. (In other sports, the goals of a hat trick generally don't have to be successive.)
If a player scores three or more goals in a game, he is credited with a hat trick.
A player who scores three goals in one game achieves a "hat trick."
(sports) three consecutive scores by one player or three scores in one game (as in cricket or ice hockey etc.)
a single player, like Mario Lemieux, scoring three goals in a game
Getting three batters "out" in three successive pitches...so called because in the 17th century, a pitcher/bowler who accomplished the feat was rewarded by an immediate bonus, collected by passing a hat among gathered spectators.
A term referring to a three-goal performance in a single match by an individual player.
When a player scores three or more goals.
occurs when a player scores three goals in one game.
Term referring to a player scoring three goals in a single game.
A British term meaning three of anything; in soccer, one person scoring three goals in one game.
The feat of scoring three or more goals in a game.
Three or more goals scored by a single player in a game.
rhymes with that thick): three goals scored by one hockey player during a single game
When a bowler is able to manage 3 dismissals from 3 consecutive deliveries in the same match.
Three or more goals scored by one player in one game.
Refers to the bowler having taken three wickets (dismissed three batsmen) with successive balls. Demonstrates uncommon skill and many years ago resulted in the bowler being awarded a hat.
Three goals scored by the same player in a single match.
Three goals scored by one player in a single game.
3 or more goals scored in a game by a single player.
Three bullseyes scored in one round. Any combination of three single or double bullseyes counts as a hat trick. (A hat trick does not count as a low ton.)
Hitting the bull with all three darts
A score of three bullseyes.
When a player scores three goals in a game.
the feat (of a bowler) of taking three wickets in three of his own successive balls in a single match, the balls may be separated by overs bowled by other bowlers or even the other side's innings.
Hat Trick is the third original studio album by American folk rock duo America, released by Warner Bros. Records in 1973 (see 1973 in music).