Figure: Anut Sally, players throwing batons at a wooden skittle known as a doll.
Figure: An English bat and ball pubgame played between two teams of either six or eight players. Alternately one team is batting and the other team is bowling.
Website: Sevenoaks & District Bat & Trap League - www.batandtrap.org.uk
Figure: A woman plays Conker, a traditional British game played by using chestnuts.
Website: Ashton Conker Club - www.worldconkerchampionships.com
Figure: Two men playing Cornish Wrestling, a old wrestling game established in Cornwwall.
Website: Cornish Wrestling Association - www.cornishwrestling.co.uk
Figure: Players ready to throw the dodgeball to the opposing team. If they can catch them, they are out of the game.
Website: UK Dodgeball Association - www.ukdba.org
Figure: A ball game played on a court enclosed on three or four sides.
Website: The Rugby Fives Association -http://www.rfa.org.uk/
Figure: In London skittles you knockdown the nine pins by throwing a cheese through the air instead of a ball.
Figure: A game similar to cricket, played on a grass field between two teams.
Figure: A table, nine skittles and 3 wooden cheeses, the material needed to play table skittles.
Website: Leicester Mixed Table Skittles Summer League - www.tableskittles.co.uk