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Dodgeball

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How To Play Dodgeball

The timeless classic game - dodgeball - requires little set up effort and is always a winner. There are two ways to play it and they're both explained below:

CLASSIC

Divide the playing area (an indoor court works perfectly) into two halves.

Divide the group into two teams and designate one team to each half. To start the game, each player must be touching the baseline of their half.

Along the half way line of the playing field, place all the balls you're going to be using.

When the game starts, players can run to get the balls first and then the action begins.

The aim of the game is to get the opposition team out by throwing the balls at them. If a ball hits a player below the waist, they are eliminated and must sit out for the rest of the round. If a player catches a ball on the full then one eliminated player from their team may return to the game.

TIME TRIAL

Set out a playing area using markers.

Divide the group into two teams - one starts in the middle of the playing area (size depends on number of players) and the other team spreads themselves around the outside of the playing area.

Once the game starts the outside team has to try to get the players on the other team "out" by throwing balls at them. Rules usually include nothing about the waist counts and only underarm throws can be used. Have someone on a stopwatch so the time can be measured. The team that stays in the longest wins!

Materials Needed

Soft balls, field markers

Submitted by Joel on 14 Aug 2014 12:00:00

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Great GAme Thanks

Posted by chaim on 18 Jan 2017 at 8:46:23

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