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Danish Longball

February 28, 2012

Inspired by @Moskatuk’s tweet to me in regards to a couple new games that can be found on his blog (http://teachingandhealing.blogspot.com/).

On his blog, there was a game called “Saskie Rules”, which reminded me a lot of Danish Longball.  I’ve had the pleasure to both play the game as a student at the University level and teach it numerous times at the primary and secondary level.  In regards to Saskie Rules, I thoroughly enjoy the use of hula-hoops as bases scattered around the playing area.  In contrast, Danish Longball only has one base and can somewhat be comparable to cricket in some ways.

You could find more information about the nature of the game through this PDF file (Danish Longball) found on UBC PETE Association (http://ubcpete.wordpress.com)

Additionally, you could find a condensed explanation of Danish Longball through my “Games & Activities” here: Danish Long Ball

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