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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.
Rounders is a striking and fielding game played between two teams which involves hitting a small, hard, leather-cased ball with a round wooden, plastic or metal bat and then running around four bases in order to score.
A WOMAN was threatened with a rounders bat and mugged.
Charged with alternating currents of affection, exuberance and ineffable melancholy, "The Holy Modal Rounders ...
A dramatic cup tie ended in a "cheating" storm, a stream of foul language and a pitch walk-off...in a game of ladies' ROUNDERS.
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.