On The Bounce Meaning

(Britain, idiomatic, informal, chiefly sports) consecutively, in succession

Example: 2001 October 8, "Popey", “Sunday League Footie”[1], alt.sports.soccer.everton, Usenet:
  A tough openeing to our Kettering Area Division 4 season, with going out of the cup in the first round, and three straight losses on the bounce.
2003, Matthew Symonds and Larry Ellison, Softwar[2], ISBN 074322504X, page 462:
  After those eleven wins on the bounce, it’s desperately disappointing, but Ellison doesn’t seem too down when I find him back on Katana.
2007, Neil Boulton, Vamos! the Avon Plate Story[3], ISBN 1425141706, page 33:
  Two wins on the bounce. It obviously wasn't luck last week.