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per Jamieson (1825). A game known in County Fife. Two teams, armed with clubs, try to drive a ball into a hole defended by their opponents. This game may have resembled field hockey more than a safe-haven game.
J. Jamieson, Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language (Edinburgh, 1825), page 187.
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