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see horseshoe pitchinghorseshoe pitching,
game played by two or more persons using horseshoes, the object being to throw the shoes so as to encircle a vertical iron peg that is 14 in. (35.6 cm) high. Regulation courts are at least 50 ft (15 m) long and 10 ft (3 m) wide; pitching distance is 40 ft (12.
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The work will include, but will not necessarily be limited to, providing all labor, materials, equipment, and appurtenances for the construction of the following: Construction of a building expansion for restroom facilities, one baseball/softball field, playground, two parking lots, stormwater facilities, shuffleboard, horseshoe pits, bocce ball, quoits, amphitheater seating, picnic pavilion, gazebo and other amenities as further described in the contract documents.
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Taking part will be Welsh and British Quoits Champion Emyr Edwards, of Temple Bar, who plays for Felinfach.
Each quoit is usually an iron ring that is about 18 centimetres (7 inches) across with a 11.5 centimetre 4.5 inch) hole in the centre and are no heavier than 3 kilograms (7 pounds).
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