As with all other team sports, full game play for both Two Ball and Delta does require lots of people involved together, players on the teams, coaching and support people, and game play officials. A Two Ball game pulls thirty-four people together; a Delta game engages fifty.
Personally, I do not have the network of people among my own contacts to organize experimental play on my own. I have to depend upon:
•Visitors to this web site who may have larger networks of personal contacts to draw together and play the games;
•Visitors to the Two Ball and Delta Facebook page who may have larger networks of personal contacts to draw together and play the games;
•People who have taken their own copies of the rules of the games who may have larger networks of personal contacts to draw together and play the games; and
•Schools, as the one part of every community with a large body of potential participants all together in single facilities.
With the first three cases I depend on the interest of people who find my games here on the world-wide-web. People take copies of the rules; people "like" what they see here on the Two Ball and Delta site and on Facebook, yet I await word of any games actually played. With the last case, I have contacted schools directly, both public and private, and school districts to offer the games for inclusion in Physical Education and/or intramural sport programs. Only two schools responded with passing interest that produced no game play nor feedback. From all other schools I approached I have not even received acknowledgement of my offer.
Both Two Ball and Delta offer exciting and challenging action with active physical exercise that should be fun for all participants, but the proof of the games is in their being played. The best feedback I need right now has to be how to pull people together into actually giving Two Ball and Delta game play a try.