This is a brisk game, and may be played by any number of boys. One of the players being chosen as Touch, it is his business to run about in all directions after the other players, till he can touch one, who immediately becomes Touch in his turn.Read more
This game is so called from the trap used to elevate the ball when it is to be struck by the batsman. It is one of the earliest games played with the trap and ball, and we can trace it to the commencement of the fourteenth century.Read more
6 to 60 players or more.
Indoors; out of doors.
Two bases having been made, one at each end of the playground, all the players take up their position in one of them,Read more
Trundling the hoop is a pastime of uncertain origin, but it has long contributed to the health and amusement of the youth of Great Britain.Read more
10 to 100 players.
Parlor; schoolroom; out of doors.