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New Team Field Sports for the Twenty-First Century

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Let's Get the Games Played

The proof of the games is in their being played.

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Single Handed Ball Play?

Is the single handed ball play rule appropriate?

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Team Size?

As specified within the rules of the games, the Two Ball and Delta teams consist of twelve players each, seven on the field at one time. I set this number to provide for open play, giving lots of room for players to run, throw, and catch while limiting player congestion and need for physical contact among opposing players.

•Is this team size too large?

•Too small?

•Just right for exciting, open game play?

Why do you think so?


Protecting Players from the Risk of Concussion

Throughout sport concern grows around the potential for concussion injury and the consequences of such injury for players. In comparison with many sports, the rules for both Two Ball and Delta minimize risk of physical injury, including concussion, during play while sustaining exciting action for players.

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Growing Interest

Interest in Two Ball and Delta continues to grow, with twenty-five hundred people having given "Likes" to the games' Facebook page.

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