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|Description=<p>Gomme (1898) identifies this game as a Norfolk version of [[Trap Ball]], but with a hole for the trap and a cudgel for a bat.</p>
 
|Description=<p>Gomme (1898) identifies this game as a Norfolk version of [[Trap Ball]], but with a hole for the trap and a cudgel for a bat.</p>
|Sources=<p><span>Alice B. Gomme,&nbsp;</span><em>The Traditional Games of&nbsp;England,&nbsp;Scotland, and&nbsp;Ireland</em><span>&nbsp;(Davit Nutt, London, 1898), page 309.</span></p>
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|Sources=<p><span>Alice B. Gomme, </span><em>The Traditional Games of England, Scotland, and Ireland</em><span> (Davit Nutt, London, 1898), page 309.</span></p>
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Gomme (1898) identifies this game as a Norfolk version of Trap Ball, but with a hole for the trap and a cudgel for a bat.

Sources

Alice B. Gomme, The Traditional Games of England, Scotland, and Ireland (Davit Nutt, London, 1898), page 309.

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