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per Gomme. Two holes are made about ten feet apart. A player on the out-team pitches a cat toward a hole, and its defender tries to hit it with his stick. He and his in-team mate then run between the holes. When more than four boys play the extra out-team players field as in cricket.
Gomme, Traditional Games of England, Scotland, and Ireland, Volume 1, pages 84-85.
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