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rounders

Brit a ball game in which players run between posts after hitting the ball, scoring a rounder if they run round all four before the ball is retrieved
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Baseball developed out of rounders in June 1892, due to the more skilful way the players of the day had progressed in such a short space of time.
Akapama said: Rounders is such a fun team sport and does not require any great skill.
BATTING ON: Charity rounders team captains Lydia Gledhill and Chloe Peel with their two teams at the match held at Golcar Football Club Picture by Andy Catchpool (AC300912Droun-01)
The centre, on Knowsley Park Lane in Prescot, is running free rounders sessions for women throughout the summer.
Roz has dominated England rounders for six years, one of a few to have played internationally at every level since Under-13s.
Dubai When former Rounders England captain Suzanne Stringer moved to Dubai five years ago, she was determined to get the sport she loved so dearly up and running among schools in the emirate.
A WOMAN was threatened with a rounders bat and mugged.
Charged with alternating currents of affection, exuberance and ineffable melancholy, "The Holy Modal Rounders .
And when Sandra marched her side off in protest, their opponents demanded the result be changed and called in a National Rounders Association expert.
CRACKLEY Hall's U11 rounders team recently became batting legends after winning the ISA Midlands Championships.
THE first Tyne and Wear rounders tournament was hailed a success after eight teams competed in a fun competition to promote the growing sport.
YEAR 5 pupils in the Newsome School Sport Partnership recently took part in the annual rounders tournament.